We offer 30-minute appointments and 5-minute drop-in sessions to discuss a variety of career-related subjects including cover letter/resume reviews, job search skills, and individualized career strategies.
We invite you to partner with us as we work alongside faculty to complement what your student is learning in the classroom.
As students move through their time at Tisch, they will often turn to their parents and guardians for advice and guidance. The Tisch Office of Career Development offers strategies for pursuing and sustaining a lifelong career in the arts that can be challenging, competitive, and most of all, rewarding. Students should be encouraged to begin thinking about their career development early on. Encourage your student to take charge of his or her own career path by connecting with us.
We offer a wide variety of events throughout the school year, such as internship fairs, professional skills workshops, and industry-specific info sessions.
Our exclusive online career database houses internship/job listings and event listings, as well as other career-related resources.
Our Tisch Industry Network is designed to promote students personal and professional development. Students and recent graduates can connect with industry members through the Tisch Industry Network Database and the NYU in LA Mentor Program.
We offer free access to industry trade publications and databases such as Studio Systems, Backstage, Billboard, and the Foundation Directory.
NYU Wasserman Center for Career Development
In conjunction with TOCD, the NYU Wasserman Center for Career Development provides career guidance and development services to NYU students and alumni. The Center hosts seminars, job fairs, and expos; schedules career counseling appointments; connects students with mentors and alumni; trains students in job interview skills and resume/cover letter writing; and compiles employer databases. The Center also maintains NYU CareerNet, an online database of both on- and off-campus job and internship listings. Students may use Wasserman’s resources to identify sustainable employment opportunities or explore additional career interests outside of the arts. For more information about Wasserman, please click here.