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Dell Social Innovation Challenge

 dsiclogo The Dell Social Innovation Challenge, is an opportunity for students to share innovative ideas for solving a social or environmental problem and compete for $750,000 in prizes and awards! This competition inspires students to approach global social problems through entrepreneurship, technology, sustainability and empowers them with skills and opportunities to succeed in a global workforce.>>


New York Needs You

nynyc New York Needs You, provides career and leadership opportunities to low-income first generation college students. >>




New York City Economic Development Corporation

CONYCEDC NYCEDC is NYC’s primary engine for economic development charged with leveraging the City’s assets to drive growth, create jobs and improve quality of life. NYCEDC hosts students for a 10 - 12 week summer internship. Interns are placed within individual departments where they contribute to a variety of economic initiatives. >>



Emma L. Bowen Foundation

EBowenFoundationlogo The Emma L. Bowen Foundation is currently offering career opportunities for students pursuing the media industry.

Students will have the opportunity to work, develop skills and network with industry professionals. As an intern, you will have the chance to work for partner companies during summers and school breaks.>>


Launching Leaders Experience

If you are an exceptional Black, Hispanic or Native American freshman or sophomore and you have a strong interest in global finance, we want to talk to you. Our Launching Leaders Spring Experience is your opportunity to meet with some of J.P. Morgan’s leaders... >>

J.P. Morgan New York City Headquarters

Winning Women Spring Experience

Our most senior and successful women were once in your shoes. Now they drive our business forward. Our Winning Women Spring Experience gives you the chance to hear from women who have developed impressive careers at J.P. Morgan. >>

J.P. Morgan New York City Headquarters


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Central Office of Student Affairs (COSA)

555 W. 57th Street, 14thFl.
New York, NY 10019
Phone: 646-664-8800
Fax: 646-664-8861

Student Affairs Staff