Not sure where to start? The Career Center has launched a new Interest Group model to help get you oriented in your general interest area. 

Arts, Media and Communication

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"Explore & unlock your passion and skill in the arts, media, communication, and more. Connect with local professionals with global creative reach, and develop your own artistic voice. The Arts, Media & Communication Interest Group is ideal for students interested in film, journalism, museum studies, photography, graphic design, entertainment, theater, communications, and the visual arts" -- Career Center

Business & Entrepreneurship

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"Create, problem solve, and innovate your way to a future in business. This interest group puts you in the heart of Burlington’s entrepreneurial ecosystem, and connects you with makers, thinkers, and doers. The Business & Entrepreneurship Interest Group is ideal for students interested in business, finance, entrepreneurship, economics, hospitality, real estate, and marketing" -- Career Center

Education, Policy & Social Impact

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"Influence the fabric of our community through civic engagement, community organizing, or providing vital social services to those in need. This interest group connects you with local governmental, educational, and social services organizations that are committed to making a difference. The Education, Policy & Social Impact Interest Group is ideal for students interested in teaching, government, social work, non-profit management, law, community development, and community organizin" -- Career Center

Food, Environment & Sustainability

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"If engaging with the built and natural world in more environmentally sustainable ways excites you, this is the interest group for you. Members of this group are focused on exploring and connecting with the environment and our community through stewardship, and they seek to increase our collective sense of social responsibility and care for the world around us. The Food, Environment & Sustainability Interest Group is ideal for students interested in agriculture, ecology, recreation, transportation, forestry, veterinary sciences, environmental engineering, nutrition, and environmental policy" -- Career Center

Health Professions

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"Connect with peers and professionals engaging in modern healthcare challenges. You’ll learn about emerging trends, and discover opportunities in the allied health and medical professions, and find ways to gain hands on experience in this dynamic field. The Health Professions Interest Group is ideal for students interested in public health, medicine, nursing, physical therapy, pharmacology, health research, biotechnology, and health policy" -- Career Center

Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM)

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"With rapid developments in technology, artificial intelligence, and complex systems, the STEM interest group is well-positioned to propel your career forward. Access information, resources, and hands-on experiences that will prepare you for the ever-changing landscape of engineering, technology, mathematics, and the sciences. The STEM Interest Group is ideal for students interested in engineering, computer science, data science, laboratory sciences, natural science, and data analysis" -- Career Center


"Are you exploring possible career paths and industries? This interest group helps you sample programming related to a range of industries, and invites self-reflection, exploration, and discovery. The Exploring Interest Group is ideal for those who are curious to learn about a range of potential career opportunities" -- Career Center

Find out how to explore...




Contact the College of Arts & Sciences Experiential Learning Coordinator, Sophia Trigg

Contact the Career Center for immediate help with your application materials. 

Intern Barrie Knapp

Barrie Knapp ('19 Art History) interned during summer 2018 with the Cultural Program at Deutsches Haus at NYU. Barrie was a recipient of the CAS Internship Scholarship. 

"My responsibilities consisted of helping organize and coordinate Deutsches Haus cultural events (i.e. readings, film screenings, lectures). Deutsches Haus has a program in which they sponsor writers and filmmakers from Germany, Austria, or Switzerland to work in New York City and often participate in their own reading or lecture at Deutsches Haus. Part of my job was to interview these writers (and filmmakers)-in-residence and often assist in translating their responses in English before posting them."