CUNY Career Services Data Bites
7 Median number of career center staff
1,100 Median number of students to professional staff
98% Percentage of career centers providing internship assistance
50 Internship/career fairs held each academic year
20-100 Organizations participating in on-campus Internship/Career Fairs
100 On-campus recruiting events
“Nearly two-thirds of graduating seniors from the Class of 2013 took part in an internship or a cooperative education assignment during their years pursuing a bachelor’s degree, according to results of NACE’s 2013 Student Survey.”
The Columbia/CUNY Health Careers Scholarship Awards Program, newly renamed The Stanley E. Michels Health Careers Scholarship, was established in 1995 to increase the number of low-income north Manhattan residents who wanted careers in the medical field. The program provides up to $12,500 in financial support for CUNY students who successfully complete its medical laboratory technology, radiological technology, and occupational and physical therapy programs.
Career Services Association of CUNY
The Career Services Association of CUNY (CSAC) is the professional association of career professionals who work in the City University of New York (CUNY). The mission of CSAC is to provide a forum for career service staff to share information, to provide in-service training for its members, and to serve as a liaison between the campus career centers, employers, parents, students, and the CUNY Central Office.
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New York State’s Network for Youth Success – The career site for afterschool and youth work. Connect online here.
Zoomdojo expands internships and job search through its proprietary, global internships and jobs database. Workshops and seminars address career strategies and create networking opportunities that propel careers forward.
- New York State Labor Statistics
- NYC Civil Service Exams Information
- Internship Programs Under The Fair Labor Standards Act
- CUNY Library Services: Career, Company and Industry Research
- Find information about hundreds of careers and educational requirements: How To Become Any Career
- A Novel New Program from CUNY Law: Pipeline to Justice
- Tips on how to find a job, corporate culture and etiquette: Looking for Work in the United States of America
- Discusses obstacles international students may face and how to overcome them: Career and Job Hunting Tips and Advice
- Legal Q&A by Mark B. Rhoads, and Helen L. Konrad: What are the legal issues surrounding international students and unpaid internships
News & Events
The New York City Police Department’s Career Enhancement Division/Recruitment Section are continuously recruiting candidates for two Civil Service titles through the Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS). The titles are School Safety Agent and Traffic Enforcement Agent. Link to Civil Service Exams.
Career Opportunities in the New York State Unified Court System:
The filing period for the examinations Court Assistant 45-799 (Open-Competitive) and Supervising Court Office Assistant 55-800 (Promotional) has begun and ends Wednesday, July 5, 2017. The examinations will be administered statewide on Saturday, October 7, 2017.
COURT ASSISTANT 45-799 ANNOUNCEMENT
COURT ASSISTANT ORIENTATION GUIDE
SUPERVISING COURT OFFICE ASSISTANT 55-800 ANNOUNCEMENT (Promotional: Qualified Employees of the NYS UCS Only)
CHIEF CLERK POSTING. Application for Employment can be obtained at http://www.nycourts.gov/careers/UCS5.pdf. Applications must be postmarked or received by June 29, 2017.
EXAMINATION APPLICATION (Submit separate applications for each examination. Application ID Number issuance at time of submission is confirmation of filing.)
Association of the Bar of the City of New York: The New York City Bar sponsors the Monday Night Law Program with the aid of New York City Bar Legal Referral Service and the New York City Bar Justice Center. Read More