Urban Planning

How Immigration Is Changing NYC Neighborhoods

How Immigration Is Changing NYC Neighborhoods

With more than a third of New York City residents born in a country other than the United States, the city’s neighborhoods are constantly shifting and adapting to new cultures, languages, and religions. New York University’s Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service will explore the topic at this year’s annual Henry Hart Rice Urban Policy Forum, featuring Joseph Salvo, director of the population division of the New York City Department of City Planning, on Tuesday, April 26, at 6:15pm.

How to Find a Career in the Nonprofit Sector

How to Find a Career in the Nonprofit Sector

David Schachter, NYU Wagner's Associate Dean for Career Services and Experiential Learning, has contributed three chapters to Idealist.org's "Guide to Nonprofit Careers." A valuable source of information and guidance for job seekers who are considering a career in the nonprofit sector, the e-book chapters are: "How to Find a Career or a Nonprofit That is Right for You"; "The Basic Tools of the Job Search: Resumes, Cover Letters, and Marketing Your Distinct Skills"; and "Presenting Yourself Well: Interviews and First Impressions." To read the Idealist guide, please click the link below.

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