Spring 2017 Internship Opportunities

NYU Washington, DC, provides students with unique opportunities to intern in the nation’s capitol because the site has cultivated special relationships with various organizations in DC.

If you are still looking for a spring 2017 internship, don’t worry! You may visit this link to identify the available opportunities that best align with your interests or course of study.

Remember: Many of the best internships in Washington, DC require a thorough background check by law enforcement agencies, which means you need to apply much earlier than other internship opportunities.

Before you begin your search, you must complete the resume review and internship process form.  Go here for specific questions about the internship process at NYU Washington, DC.

If you have any questions or concerns about interning, feel free to contact Tom McIntyre, NYUDC Direct of External Affairs, at tom.mcintyre@nyu.edu.

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Reminder: Ebills Due January 5

If you have not yet paid your ebill, please take the necessary steps to do so by the January 5th deadline.  As a reminder, ebills were sent to your NYU email address ONLY.  You can also access your ebill as follows:

  • Log into NYU Home (home.nyu.edu)
  • Click on the Academics tab, then click on Albert Login
  • Click on the “Student Center”
  • Click on the “View Bursar Account” link located under the Finances menu
  • This should link to the secure eSuite website

DC City Guide from ThisIsNYU Bloggers

As you may know from previous updates, students across the global sites are currently blogging on ThisIsNYU about their experiences away and must-see spots.  Visit the DC City Guide to see favorite places to go, things to do, areas to visit beyond Washington, and overall advice.

We encourage you to also sign up and blog for ThisIsNYU during your time away!  Not only will others benefit from your recommendations, but this is a great way to document and share your experience with family and friends.  To get started or to learn more, simply visit nyu.edu/global/bloggers.

The “Getting Started” page will have you ready to start in under 15 minutes, so you can sign up — and start blogging — today!

What Should I Be Doing Now? Recap of Deadlines

The following items are required of all students attending NYUDC Spring 2017 and some of them are now PAST DUE.  

Please click on the links below for more information.

[Past Due] Study Away Confirmation Portal

[Past Due] Housing Reservation Payment

[Past Due] Register for 12-18 credits

[Past Due]  Submit health forms to the NYU Health Center

[Past Due]  Submit your travel details into the Study Away Confirmation Portal AND NYU Traveler

[By January 5]  Pay your e-bill

 

 

Free “The Invisible Man” Audiobook for NYU

The Invisible Man, written by Ralph Ellison, has become an incredibly relevant book today because of its provoking ideas about what diversity and inclusion mean for our society. Ellison writes about a black man who lives in a society that refuses to see him, thus making him invisible.

NYU alum Don Katz, who founded Audible, was a student of Ralph Ellison while at NYU and is providing The Invisible Man for free until Dec. 31.

Get your free book here and compete with your peers to earn the most download referrals for a chance to win a free Audible membership!

GeoBlue Health Insurance Emails To Come

For NYU students based in New York:

All students studying with NYU Global Programs are enrolled in international health coverage through GeoBlue. Later this month, you will receive an email from NYU Student Insurance/GeoBlue with instructions about creating your GeoBlue profile so you can print your health insurance card.

GeoBlue Enrollment emails will only be sent to your NYU email address, so if you have not yet set up your NYU email account, please do so asap. Do NOT delete this email!  Keep an eye on your spam folder, as they sometimes end up there.  We will let you know in an upcoming blog post when GeoBlue emails should have been received.

In addition to GeoBlue, all students are expected to maintain valid domestic health insurance over the course of their semester away. Students usually maintain the domestic insurance coverage that is offered through either their home institution or their parent/guardian’s insurance plan. GeoBlue is valid only for the dates of your study away program.

For students based at NYU Abu Dhabi and NYU Shanghai:

You can expect to receive separate communications from your respective Health Centers as part of the regular annual enrollment process that will included your international health insurance enrollment.

Apply for 2017 Inauguration Housing at NYUDC

You are invited to a special opportunity to apply for housing at NYU Washington, DC for the Presidential Inauguration on January 20, 2017!

Students who are selected may check in on Thursday, January 19, and won’t be charged extra for housing on these days.  NYU Washington, DC is also hosting multiple January term courses so housing during the Inauguration will be limited.

To apply for the Inauguration Housing, please complete this short form by Friday, December 9.

E-Bills Received

NYU’s Office of the Bursar has now sent out electronic bills (e-bills) to all registered students for the spring semester. As an NYU Washington, DC, student, you should also have your spring DC housing placeholder charge posted – all students must pay this amount by the due date. Once the final housing placement has been made, the e-bill will be adjusted, resulting in either a credit or an additional charge. The final charge will appear on your e-bill within 2-3 weeks following the start of the program.

Bills are due by January 5th! If you have not received an e-bill (remember, this is only sent to your NYU email account), you can still access your e-bill as follows:

  • Log into NYU Home (home.nyu.edu)
  • Click on the Academics tab, then click on Albert Login
  • Click on the “Student Center”
  • Click on the “View Bursar Account” link located under the Finances menu
  • This should link to the secure eSuite website

Please note: Students currently living on campus with meal plans will automatically see a charge on your bursar bill for spring 2017. You can have this charge removed by logging in to the meal plan portal with your Net ID and password and cancelling it.

NYU ID Cards

Getting your NYU student ID, known around campus as your NYUCard, is now easier than ever.

First-time card holders: visit photoid.nyu.edu to submit a photo online and, once approved by the NYUCard Center team, have your NYUCard created. Visiting students, please submit a photo ASAP so it can be processed and sent to your study away site ahead of your arrival. The final deadline to submit this is Tuesday, December 15.

Note:  If you receive an automated message after submission instructing you to pick your card up at the ID Center, please disregard.  Your ID will be sent directly to NYU Washington, DC.

Current and returning students:  Please remember to bring your NYU ID card with you to your study away site! Apply for and pick up a replacement card if you need one by visiting the NYUCard Center or respective campus location, depending on your school. For details, please click here.