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Resource of the Week: Vault Career Guide

 

Resource Name: Vault Career Guide
Where to find it: NYU students have FREE access to the Vault Career Guides through your NYU CareerNet account. To access the guides, please log in to your NYU CareerNet account and find it under the “News Feed” Section.
What it is: Online career guidebooks that provide insight into hundreds of career opportunities (ranging from internships to full-time jobs) and top employers in a wide variety of fields.
Who it’s good for: All students preparing to begin their job search who want to learn more about a particular career or industry
Why you should use it: Fortune calls Vault “The best place on the Web to prepare for a job search,” and for good reason. Vault Career Guide is the most comprehensive resource for career management and job search information (including salaries, hiring practices, company culture, and more). Vault’s website offers top employer profiles and rankings, industry blogs, message boards, job boards, and education information. Additionally, Vault provides a forum for the world’s best professionals to engage with candidates who are interested in their respective industry.

WasserWord of the Week: Vault

vault/vawlt
an arched structure, usually made of stones, concrete, or bricks, forming a ceiling or roof over a hall, room, sewer, or other wholly or partially enclosed construction

-The vault is designed to safely store the seeds of hundreds of thousands of plant varieties from crops grown throughout the globe.

-Vault Career Insider is an awesome tool that you can access through your  NYU CareerNet homepage. It offers comprehensive industry, company, and position guides to help you figure out the age old question of “What do I want to do when I grow up?’

What Now, Wasserman? Prepare, Prepare, and Prepare…but don’t Cyberstalk

I finally scored an interview for my dream job, but I don’t know how to prepare! Do I stalk my interviewer on Facebook? Find out his Twitter handle and pretend to like the band he went to see last weekend? What now, Wasserman? – Cyberstalking in Founders

First, please do not cyber stalk your interviewer. Second, calm down. There are tons of ways to prepare for an interview so have no fear, take our advice, and you’ll be confident and prepared to land your dream job. The best way to prepare for any interview is to first do your research. Be familiar with the job description and know about general industry trends. Find out about your employer the right way; utilize tools like Hoovers and Vault (available on NYU CareerNet) to learn about them and their career. You should also familiarize yourself with the organization’s website. Look for client information, the annual report, the company mission, and the general language used, etc. And this may be an obvious tip, but be prepared to discuss your goals, accomplishments, and experiences. Make sure to have specific examples ready in case your interviewer should ask for them. So start preparing and practice practice practice!