Hiring New York University Students
New York University School of Law departments requiring student support should contact the Office of Human Resources, (212) 998-6665, to have an ad placed on the University's CareerNet Web site. The Law School 's Office of Career Services also assists with recruiting law students for Research Assistants positions (212) 998-6090.
To be completed by all student employees each academic year:
Step 1: The supervisor and the employee must complete the School of Law Employment Confirmation Form and attached New York State Notice and Acknowledgement of Wage Rate form.
Step 2: All students must register with the New York University Wasserman Center for Career Development and obtain an On-Campus Student Employment Application approved by the Wasserman Center. The On-Campus Student Employment Application is submitted and approved online*. To access the Application, click the Wasserman Registration link available on the Albert Student homepage.
- *First time hires and students who have not worked in the past three years must also visit the Wasserman Center, at 133 East 13th Street, 2nd Floor, (212) 998-4730, to complete an I-9 form (Employment Eligibility form) and a W-4 form (Employee's Withholding Allowance Certificate). Each employee will be required to provide acceptable documentation for the I-9, that proves identity and eligibility to work in the United States.
- International students must obtain a Social Security number. Students in J-1 status are also required by law to have an authorization letter from the program sponsor in order to engage in employment on campus. Students sponsored by the University therefore need authorization from the Office of Global Services (561 LaGuardia Place, 1st floor, (212) 998-4720) before completing Step 2.
Pursuant to federal regulations, Step 1 and Step 2 must be completed within three business days of the date of hire.
Step 3 : The On-Campus Student Application Form, Employment Confirmation Form and New York State Notice and Acknowledgement of Wage Rate form must be hand-delivered to the NYU Law Human Resources Office, 110 West 3rd Street, Suite 244, at least two days before the appointment is scheduled to begin. Law Human Resources will provide information related to time sheet completion and submission.