"NYU Shanghai candidates can be characterized as eager, thoughtful, and adding value. They quickly integrate into our team’s work-cycle, actively seeking out feedback so they can succeed within it." Lena Skandera, China Solutions
The NYU Shanghai Career Development Center (CDC) is a comprehensive career center that offers an array of services essential for students competing in today's job market. One of our primary goals is to help employers with recruiting and make the task of identifying qualified candidates simple and easy. The Class of 2017 and Class of 2018 students have entered the full-time labor force. Now is the perfect time to get involved, find interns or full-time employees with a unique skillset, and build your presence on campus.
- Post An Internship Or Full-Time Position: Employers wishing to recruit NYU Shanghai students can post positions online for free anytime throughout the year. Our center launched a fully new career services platform Handshake - a modern platform for college recruiting and event organization. Learn how you can register for Handshake through the registration guide and user guide. (The current CareerNet will be closed on 7/31/2019, current employers please download important documents before this date.)
- Join Career Fair: Career Fairs give you a unique and convenient opportunity to meet a large number of motivated and interested students. Attending a career fair is an excellent way for your organizations to gain visibility on campus and maximize recruiting potential at NYU Shanghai. We organize career fairs once a semester.
- Consider On-Campus Recruitment For The Future: NYU Shanghai encourages your organization to consider holding presentations and conducting interviews on the NYU Shanghai campus as our students become upperclassmen. On-Campus Recruitment Program is a series of 1-hour information session held at NYU Shanghai by employers. During the session, employers will have the opportunity to directly communicate and interact with our students for recruitment purposes.
- Host Events and Connect With Students: Employers can provide a wealth of career guidance to students through company information sessions, skill workshops or hosting university wide events. Contact CDC if you are interested collaborating with our center.
Our team is here to help your organization throughout the recruiting process from posting a job, organizing events and making a connection with students. Review ourEmployer Guide (PDF) to find resources such as Sample Intern Job Description, Internship Learning Agreement, Internship Learning Plan, Internship Supervisor Orientation, Intern Orientation Agenda, Supervisor Evaluation of Intern and Supervisor Evaluation of Internship.