As a Spring at Tisch student, you have access to Tisch College Central during your semester on campus. If you decide to extend your time on campus at NYU by enrolling in a full-time summer course load at Tisch, permission to access NYU Career Services may be requested by contacting Lily Hung, firstname.lastname@example.org.
As a Spring at Tisch student you have career development opportunities available to you at NYU and at your home institution. While on campus, you can connect with our campus career centers for workshops, events, career-related research and for career counseling*.
* Career counseling for Spring at Tisch students is only available through NYU Wasserman Center for Career Development.
Tuesdays 11:30am - 1:00pm and Wednesdays 2:30 - 4:00 pm
Have a break between classes? Drop in to the Tisch Office of Career Development, 726 Broadway, 2nd floor, during our walk-in hours! These brief, five-minute meetings provide just enough time to review a resume or cover letter, or ask a quick career-related question. No appointment necessary!
Tisch Office of Career Development, 726 Broadway, 2nd Fl.
Research is important to a successful job or internship search. The Career Resource Center in the Tisch Office of Career Development (TOCD) houses major industry trade publications, periodicals, and tools favored by leading professionals. Stop by and browse our handouts, including résumé and fellowship guides, theatre directories, talent agency overviews, interviewing tips, and more. You also have on-site access to electronic research tools such as the Studio System database, the Foundation Directory, and IMDbPro. You can access these resources any time during TOCD business hours, Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm - no appointment necessary!
In conjunction with the Tisch Office of Career Development, the NYU Wasserman Center for Career Development is also available to provide career guidance and development services. 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 for students. For more info about Wasserman's services, please visit their website.
Our series of career workshops provides something for everyone! Topics are industry-specific and are often led by working professionals and Tisch alumni. We also cover career development topics, from résumé writing to networking how-tos and “the business of the arts”. A complete list of the Tisch Office of Career Development (TOCD) events and registration info can be found on Tisch College Central. As a Spring at Tisch student, you are welcome to attend all TOCD events, with the exception of the mentor orientations.
We also encourage you to utilize the career services of your home campus, which may offer their resources remotely.
As a Spring at Tisch student, you are issued a campus ID at the beginning of your semester at NYU. This card gives you access to campus buildings, labs, residence halls, and other facilities. Once the semester ends, you are expected to turn your ID card in to Campus Safety. ID cards are deactivated two months after the semester ends.
Spring at Tisch students may join Tisch and All-University clubs and organizations during their time at NYU. Use your NetID to log into NYU Engage and search over 300 officially-sponsored groups.
NYU Student Life offers many individualized special interest housing options, which are open to you as a Spring at Tisch student, depending on availability. If you are interested, you may view a full list of special interest options and apply on the housing website.