Join Diplomat in Residence J. Nathan Bland for an information session about the Summer, Fall, and Spring internships available for rising juniors, seniors, and graduate students. Several guest speakers, including current and former State department interns, will share their experiences and advice. Register
Help make a difference on a global scale and connect with professionals who are skilled in the art of diplomacy.
In recognition of National Hispanic Heritage Month (HHM), recognized from September 15 to October 15, the Bureau of Global Public Affairs (GPA) has partnered with the Hispanic Employee Council of Foreign Affairs Agencies (HECFAA) to host the Department’s inaugural HHM Student Foreign Policy Symposium.
When: Thursday, October 14, 2021, from 9:00 AM to 6:30 PM EDT | Zoom
If you are interested in international affairs, foreign policy, or a career as a diplomat this is the symposium for you! After the symposium, there will be an engaging “After Hours Networking Event” with members of HECFAA, Recruiters, and other Diplomats from the agency from 5:30 p.m. until 6:30 p.m.
Learn more and register
More information about the MHSC Program: https://www.nychealthandhospitals.org/now-hiring-mental-health-service-corps/
Update from NASW-NYC as of 7/6/21:
Organizations/agencies in attendance:
- Cayuga Centers
- CORE Service Groups
- Acacia Network
- Karen Horney Clinic
- Mount Sinai Hospital
- Bridging Access to Care
- A Home Within
- Nido de Esperanza
- Greenwich House, Inc.
- Partnership with Children
- Restore NYC
- New York Psychotherapy and Counseling Center
- Hunter College Liberty Partnerships Program
- RAIN, Inc.
- Vibrant Emotional Health
- Henry Street Settlement
- Outreach Development Corporation
- VISIONS/Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired
- Tribeca Therapy
- Revcore Recovery Center of Manhattan LLC
- The Jewish Board
- Center for Court Innovation
- Visiting Nurse Service of New York
For more information, go to: https://www.naswnyc.org/page/CARESEvents
Questions regarding this event should be emailed to [email protected]
Interested in working within a New York City agency or mayoral office?
The Mayor’s Office of Appointments recruits talented leaders from all fields to work towards achieving meaningful and positive change for New Yorkers, and to fulfill the Mayor’s vision of a diverse and inclusive leadership in NYC government.
The Resume Portal helps MOA identify and connect leaders with opportunities in over 60 City agencies and mayoral offices.
Create a profile and submit your resume to MOA’s Resume Portal to be considered for full-time NYC opportunities! Please use the code #ColumbiaSSW2021 in the referral code field.
The NYC Department of Education will be hiring 500 new School Social Workers to begin working in September 2021!
This new initiative will ensure that every school building will have at least one full-time social worker or school-based mental health clinician in addition to other pre-existing supports like Community School programs and resources across the city! Those hired will be joining over 6,000 social workers, guidance counselors, and school psychologists to support students and schools this fall along with community-based resources.
Note that you must possess a current and valid NY State certification as a School Social Worker OR be on track to meet qualifications by September 1, 2021. Certification may either be provisional or permanent.
For more information, review the attached documents, which include an overview of the hiring process, as well as detailed instructions on how to obtain certification and apply.
Application link: https://www.schools.nyc.gov/careers/social-workers-guidance-counselors-and-psychologists
For more information, click on the following links or contact the following offices:
Mental Health Service Corps (MHSC) is hosting a Virtual Job Fair on Wednesday, May 26, from 12:00 to 1:00 PM ET.
MHSC is a workforce development program of ThriveNYC operating out of NYC Health + Hospitals that aims to build a diverse generation of mental health clinicians, equipped with the skills to integrate behavioral health into a variety of settings.
Attend their fair to learn about their program and opportunities available across 5 boroughs.
Register by May 21
PDF version of virtual job fair flyer
The idea of networking can be anxiety-provoking for many, no matter what career stage they’re in, leading some to avoid it. Yet, it still remains the number one strategy to land opportunities and an essential component of one’s career development.
Networking is more than talking to strangers; it is a process of building relationships towards a mutual exchange of support, resources, and information. It is also a way of letting others know your skills and passions and getting noticed in the field. (You can’t get noticed if people don’t know you!)
Not sure how to get started? Then lead with your curiosity.
Perhaps you’re wondering what you can do with your degree or concentration or how others with similar backgrounds and experiences landed their roles. Or maybe you’re still exploring and want to know different opportunities you might find meaningful. Find people with direct knowledge of your interest area and start a conversation:
- Faculty, supervisors and colleagues in field, peers, and alumni currently working in your field of interest
- Professionals you admire regardless of their background whom you can connect with through industry events, professional associations, or virtual networking communities, such as those on LinkedIn
- Recruiters, hiring managers, and organizational representatives hosting information sessions and related recruitment and networking activities
Don’t forget that professionals outside your immediate scope of interest can also possess valuable insights, including how to effectively transition from student to professional, advance to leadership positions, or maintain work-life balance and self-care.
Whomever you choose to reach out to, make sure to tailor your conversation to the individual and assess what specifically you hope to learn from them so you can identify your next steps.
If the idea of networking and informational interviewing still feels intimidating, remember that you don’t need to know everything to have a fruitful conversation. Asking questions like “How do I get started?” or “Where do I go from here?” are acceptable conversation starters, particularly with social work educators and alumni. The main goal is to start somewhere!
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