Educational Programs

The NYU CUSP Internship Program is flexible in order to meet the needs of students and employers. Hosting an intern does more than give students a place to work, it sets the stage for a unique and well-rounded learning experience that develops practical skills, hones students’ interests, and opens a world of diversity and opportunity.  We hope your organization will be interested in playing a role.

Structure: Students are supported and provided resources and access to internships through NYU CUSP. Interviewing and communicating for interviews and placement are done between the students and the respective organizations offering the internship. The NYU CUSP Internship Manager will oversee the process and serve as a mentor for both the internship sites and students throughout the year.

Steps to secure a NYU CUSP Intern

Step 1: Decide on the projects and length of the internship

Step 2: Complete the “Host an Intern” form below

Step 3: Contact your office’s HR Department about onboarding an intern

Step 4: Attend the NYU CUSP Internship Fair on November 12th from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm to kick-off the interviewing process. If you’re unable to join us, you can reach out to students after this date to schedule individual interviews.

Step 5: Make an internship offer to the student and set a start date.

To learn more, please visit our FAQ page 

Questions: Please contact Julie Zimmerman, Assistant Director of Admissions and Student Services, at or (646) 997-0507.

Host Organization Interest Form

Please provide information about your company, the internship role available, possible projects and duties that will be assigned, necessary skills, prospective manager and the Point of Contact for onboarding (often someone in HR).

All internships are based in the New York Tri-State area.

If you have any questions, please contact:

Julie Zimmerman
(646) 997-0507