Interdisciplinary Studies Career Panel
The Office of Career Services welcomes NYIT faculty and staff and encourages you to partner with us and utilize the practical information and tools to assist you in advising students. By working together, faculty, staff, and Career Services can ensure the transition from student to a member of the work force is as seamless as possible.
Here are some the services we offer:
We help students find the “right fit" with the FOCUS self-assessment tool. With this tool students will gain insight of their interests, skills, values, and personality.
Other useful resources:
Use the Career Plans timeline to offer suggestions to help students monitor their career development by academic year.
O*NET, developed and maintained by the U.S. Department of Labor, features constantly updated information for more than 1,000 job titles. It lists characteristics necessary for specific career areas related to interests, work values, and abilities as well as a list of knowledge and skills (i.e. critical thinking, writing, etc.) needed for specific jobs. All you need to do is click on "What It Takes."
CareerSearch: A research database of more than 4 million employers worldwide (including contact information, Web sites, maps, competitors), searchable by industry, location, and key words. You can create an account using NYIT's referral ID: NYIT1955.
Uniworld: Two multinational business directories that allow you to search for U.S. firms operating in foreign countries and foreign firms operating in the U.S. Contact information contains headquarters, branches, subsidiaries, and affiliates.
Job Search Engines organized by industry
Professional Associations organized by industry
We help students master the job interview. There is no better way to prepare for the job interview than by experiencing an "actual" interview. At the Office of Career Services, our staff or recruiter volunteers will conduct mock interviews with your students, then provide a constructive critique of their performance and effective interview strategies.
We know employers who want to know you. The Office of Career Services works directly with employers, who often ask for the contact information of faculty members who could help them to identify top students. And if you have contacts within organizations or companies you think we should be engaged with, please let us know.
Our career fairs attract many recruiters to one event. Our fairs provide excellent opportunities for students and faculty to meet companies in their industries of choice and establish a network of contacts.
We assist in identifying quality internships. Internships are such an important part of your students' overall educational experience. Through our network of employers, we can help your students identify internship opportunities that will best serve them in their academic and professional pursuits.
We can "fill in" when you cannot meet a class by presenting a career related topic. Let us “pinch hit” for you by scheduling a career services workshop. Staff members are available to conduct a wide variety if workshops for your students, including:
We look forward to working with you throughout the year. Please encourage your students to visit the Office of Career Services early in their tenure at NYIT. Here are some tools you can use to provide career advisement to your students: