Is your organization interested in learning how to build a top-notch internship and entry talent program?
Then join NYIT as we partner with Intern Bridge to bring you this workshop:
The New York City Internship Program Best Practices Workshop
When: June 12, 2013
Time: 8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Location: NYIT Manhattan campus, 16 W. 61 St., 11th Floor Auditorium
Full program details and registration here.
Continental breakfast, lunch, and snacks will be provided!
NYIT students are tech-savvy and hands-on. They care about the latest trends in business, technology, and other fields. NYIT's Office of Career Services offers many resources to help you find new hires for your full-time, part-time, internship, and volunteer positions. Learn more about our academic programs and then post your positions for free on NYIT Career Net.
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Our team will work with you to customize company presentations and recruitment initiatives that target our students. We will work strategically with student groups and departments to ensure that your on-campus interviews, information sessions and job opportunities are filled with qualified and diverse students. Learn more about our Gold Coast and Metro Career Partner Packages.
Learn about developing a "good" internship program, fair pay rates, and the fair labor standards act
Read our employer policy (PDF)
Career Fairs - Find information about events hosted on our campuses
Call the Office of Career Services at 516.686.7527 (Old Westbury) / 212.261.1537 (Manhattan) or email email@example.com.
Community Partner Speaker Series
While not primarily intended for recruiting purposes, we welcome you to speak with students about what your organization is doing. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students volunteer at or complete projects for a community partner as part of their academic course
Post volunteer opportunities in Career Net and take our non-profit needs assessment, so we better know how NYIT can help you.
Learn about hiring international students
Did your student intern go above and beyond? Nominate an NYIT student for an award