Grad Year: 2014
Summer 2013 Internship: Goldman Sachs – Corporate Treasury
What was the best part of the DICP program? Networking events (such as the Networking Breakfast where you get to meet professionals from various different fields) helped put the tips you have picked up from various workshops into action.
What is the most important lesson you learned from your involvement? Always talk to people, even if they are not in the field you are interested in because maybe they have a critical piece of advice that could change how you view recruiting or how your resume looks.
Why should other students apply to be in DICP? DICP is a great way to start networking and talking to people from different fields. The workshops that you attend help develop and sharpen skills that will help you find your way through the beginning of your career. Everyone you meet helps contribute to your development, so be sure to use the events that DICP offers to your benefit.
The NYU Diversity Internship & Career Preparation (D.I.C.P.) Program is a comprehensive, undergraduate career development program is designed to prepare and promote NYU’s historically underrepresented sophomores and juniors. The D.I.C.P. Program aims to assist you in developing your job searching and networking skills; improve your resume and cover letter writing skills; and strives to empower you to find that dream internship while improving your understanding of workplace diversity and inclusive practices!
Please watch the following video to learn more about the Diversity Internship & Career Preparation Program:
WasserTube video link: http://youtu.be/736wfOodrsY
APPLY on NYU CareerNet Job ID# 902050
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Thursday September 29, 2013