Post a Job or Internship

JOBS, INTERNSHIPS, CALLS FOR ENTRY, AUDITION NOTICES, AND OTHER CAREER OPPORTUNITIES FOR TISCH STUDENTS AND ALUMNI ARE ALL POSTED ON TISCH COLLEGE CENTRAL. YOU MAY REGISTER AND POST OPPORTUNITIES AT ANY TIME BY FOLLOWING THE INSTRUCTIONS BELOW.

Please note that if you are requesting creative services requiring a contract or commissioning a Tisch artist, any contractual terms should conform to industry compensation standards. We only recognize established companies/programs such as Disney, NBCUni, Lionsgate and individuals with industry credentials. For requests outside of these types of programs, we do require specifications on the requester's particular credits, relationship to industry and a brief outline for creative development, budgets etc.

How to Post On Tisch College Central

FOR ACCESS TO TISCH'S ONLINE JOB BOARD, PLEASE FOLLOW THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS:

RETURNING USERS, log in here - www.collegecentral.com/tisch and click on the Employer icon. 

NEW USERS, register here - www.collegecentral.com/tisch 

  • Click Employers
  • Click Create Account
  • Enter your contact information. Be sure to include your email address so that we can send you notification of your account status.
  • Create an Access ID and password.
  • Once we receive your registration, we will email you confirmation of your account approval. Please note that it may take up to two business days for your registration to be approved.
  • After you've been approved, go to www.collegecentral.com/tisch and click Employers, then log into your account. Use your access ID and password and post your opportunity.

Please note that for new users, posting a job is a MULTI-STEP process. You must create an Employer account first and be approved BEFORE you can post a job/internship.

The Tisch Office of Career Development reviews descriptions for general appropriateness and content, and reserves the right to deny or remove any posting determined to be questionable.  

Internship Policies

TOCD requires all listed internships at for-profit businesses to conform to New York Department of Labor guidelines, which states that an intern is only exempt from the requirements of the Minimum Wage Act and Orders if the position meets certain criteria, which includes:

  • the training, even though it includes actual operation of the employer’s facilities, is similar to training provided in an educational program
  • the training is for the benefit of the intern
  • the intern does not displace regular employees, and works under close supervision
  • the activities of the intern do not provide an immediate advantage to the employer. On occasion, operations may actually be impeded.

For more information, please see http://www.labor.ny.gov/formsdocs/factsheets/pdfs/p725.pdf

While TOCD will permit postings for unpaid internships to current students eligible for college credit, we will not list these unpaid opportunities to our alumni. Please contact our office if you have any questions. 

Unpaid Internships: Academic Credit & Other Considerations

If you are offering an unpaid internship for academic credit, please be aware of the following:

  • Please keep NYU's academic calendar in mind in regards to your hiring timeline. We do not offer retroactive credit; students adding internships after the drop/add period may be ineligible for academic credit. (This generally is within 3-4 weeks of the beginning of the semester. To view the NYU academic calendar, click here.)
  • Academic credit is not without cost to the student. At NYU, each academic credit costs $1,334. Students who are doing unpaid internships for academic credit are actually paying for the experience. Please bear in mind that this may restrict the participation of students with limited financial means, and therefore limit your applicant pool.
  • If you are unable to pay your intern, consider other ways you can compensate them including access to industry resources such as free rehearsal space, comp tickets to productions, passes to screenings, and other pro bono materials.

Equal Opportunity & Access Policy

The Tisch Office of Development ("TOCD") is committed to a policy against discrimination on race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, marital or parental status, national origin, age, or handicap. The school reserves the right to exclude recruiters and job listings from any entity that in employment matters has been determined to have a practice unlawfully discriminating on any of the foregoing bases.


To ensure that Tisch students and alumni receive equal access to all employment opportunities, it is against TOCD policy to pre-screen potential candidates for employers or engage in any other activity that may allow individual students or alumni to receive preferential treatment or access to available jobs and internships.

Exceptions to this policy are based on specific opportunities where the access is clearly directed towards a year of study, skill or ability, alumni or student status or geographic region, and then, within that subset, the over-riding principle of equal access will be applied to all within the subset.