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: Internship Opportunity
New York Needs You
The NYNY Fellowship is a two-year program career development and leadership training program. It includes bi-weekly career workshops in which Fellows develop relationships with over 200 highly accomplished Mentor-Coaches and engage with community and business leaders. The three primary components of the curriculum are:
• Life Planning: In partnership with their Mentor-Coaches, Fellows will develop life plans that articulate a clear path to their personal and professional goals.
• Career Development: Fellows benefit from training in public speaking, personal finance, written communication, relationship management, and interviewing.
• Community Leadership Projects: Applying skills developed through NYNY, Fellows will lead projects, such as career workshops, aimed at improving success rates for their peers, which will increase NYNY’s overall impact exponentially.
Qualifications or Eligibility:
• Applicants must have a strong academic record, reflecting a commitment to hard work and excellence. We recommend that applicants have a college GPA of 3.0 or greater. • Applicants must demonstrate leadership and a commitment to communities in need through work experience, campus organizations, athletics or other extracurricular activities. • Candidates must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents; preference is given to New York residents attending New York-based colleges and universities. • Neither of my parents/guardians have a bachelor’s degree (in any country) • Candidates must be in the process of obtaining their first associate's degree • Must be available to attend regular Saturday workshops in Manhattan (workshops occur bi-weekly in Year 1 starting in June 2014; monthly in Year 2)
Students must submit completed application/essays, official college and high school transcripts, letter(s) of recommendation, and current resume (one page maximum). Schedule an appointment with an Internship Counselor in C102 or M101. You MUST have a copy of your resume with you the day of your scheduled appointment.
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