Want to work in New York City?

If you were to take a look at top cities Union students live in after graduation, I don’t think anyone would be surprised to find out that New York City is a top hit.  Many of our students come from the area looking to go home after graduation while others are looking for big city living.   Keeping this notion in mind, our winter and summer breaks are filled with employer site visits to companies located in top priority cities like New York.   Not only do we make it a point to connect with companies for job and internship positions in The Big Apple, we also provide students several opportunities each year to meet and connect with employers located in NYC through career fairs and interview days.

New York City Meme

One of the many experiences our students have the ability to participate in is the New York Recruiting Consortium, also known as NYRC.  This program is an interview day that takes place in NYC on January 8th where students can apply to positions with the hopes of being selected for a face to face interview with an employer.    These types of events are ideal for students looking for job opportunities in Law, Healthcare Research, PR/Communications, Business and Finance.

The application period for this event is currently open and students can apply to positions until Monday, November 16th.   If you are looking for opportunities in any of these industries, don’t hesitate to reach out to Bridget Graham, grahamb@union.edu to learn about application instructions!

There are so many ways to get connected with employers in great cities like New York and this is no exception.  Students who take the time to make the trip to NYC, connect with employers, and sell their skill sets have a greater chance of making their big city dreams come true.   Take advantage of this great opportunity and start asking questions about these special events today!

michael scott

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