The Career Resource Center is an amazing place on campus to help you prepare for heading into the career world. They can set up mock interviews and they have drop-in hours for resume and cover letter help, and career preparation resources. All of these resources are available to you even if you’ve graduated. They have career specialists eager to help before or after you walk the stage! Continue reading
Anderson Center for Autism works to develop quality internships that enhance education. The organization provides care for children, adolescents, and adults with autism and other related developmental disabilities.
As a local community bank, Rondout Savings is seeking individuals that are talented, motivated, and looking to make an impact on the organization and communities they serve. They provide employees with opportunities for growth and a fulfilling career.
Intern applications for the Woodstock Film Festival Internship Program are now open for Summer and Fall internships! Their office is located at 13 Rock City Road in Woodstock, NY. All internships are in-person, though there is partial remote availability.
Because some Communication Studies classes are only available once per academic year, it’s important to make note of the classes available and unavailable to you to ensure you don’t miss any required courses. Here is a four-semester plan to help you craft your schedule in order to avoid missing anything. Continue reading
The New New York Leaders: Student Intern Program provides a centralized location to access all New York State government internships.
The Fall 2023 schedule of classes is now live on newpaltz.edu under the academics tab. Make sure to create your schedule for next semester and meet with your major advisor prior to your time assignment to boost your chances of securing your preferred classes. Always research lots of classes and have several back-up schedules in case you don’t get your first or second choices. Continue reading
The DMJ department welcomes Pete Madden, an investigative producer for ABC News, as this Spring’s Ottaway Visiting Professor! Madden is teaching a special topics course, DMJ393-01 Investigative Reporting Lab, thanks to the sponsorship of the Ottaway Foundation endowment.