Services for Students & Alumni

The Milano Career Services provides a full array of individualized career services and personal attention to students and alumni of its degree programs.

Individual advisement on career direction and preparation is designed to work with you to make informed, thoughtful decisions about your career direction and job/internship choice. Career Services staff will work with you to ensure you are considering all sides of a decision, and provide a sounding board for your questions, all in confidence. Such a highly personalized level of service will increase your level of confidence in the career decisions you alone will make.

This level of preparation and execution helps you to create more opportunities to choose from vs. using passive or less sophisticated job search methods, enabling you to fulfill your professional goals of career advancement and professional contribution to your field of endeavor throughout your career.

The Career Development office also provides you with intensive experiential workshops such as resume “bootcamps”, recorded practice interviews, networking events, employer information sessions and career fairs.

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Career Boot Camps

It is highly recommended that students attend all of our career boot camps; these sessions not only build up résumés but also confidence. Boot camps are held thoughout the Fall and Spring semesters. Register for sessions at Career SuccessLink.  

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Interview Training & Preparation

Recorded and Critiqued Practice Interviews Practice interviewing for a real position in your field of interest.  Watch a video recording of this interview and receive feedback about your answers, body language, and other communication. Fall 2014 training dates: September 12 October 17 November 14 Register for Recorded & Critiqued Practice Interview dates at Career SuccessLink. …

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Panels & Networking Events

Career Services offers opportunities for students to connect with professionals in fields of interest During these events, students meet alumni and others who work in diverse capacities representing grassroots, local, national and international organizations and corporations. Participating professionals discuss their work and how they got their jobs, as well as valuable skills, and the courses and …

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Employer Information Sessions

Recruiters will often either visit campus, host meetings virtually or at their offices to share information about their organizations and companies.  Students can use these sessions to learn more about these employers’ initiatives, projects and programs, hear about staffing and internship needs, and make connections with those who can refer and hire candidates. Students visit Career …

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Career Fairs

Jobseekers expand professional networks while making direct connections with those who can refer and hire candidates.   Milano Global Public Service and Private Sector Career Fair Meet employers visiting our campus specifically seeking Milano students and alumni. October 8, 2014 / 9am-12pm The New School Theresa Lang Center 55 West 13th Street, 2nd Floor   Government & …

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