MAP YOUR FUTURE: Realize your Passion. Achieve your Goals.
Where am I going? What do I want to do next? What are my career goals and how do I reach them? Asking questions like these and identifying your goals get you on the path to realizing your passions.
Join us for our Map Your Future Open Workshop to discover The New School programs than can help you explore these questions and start mapping your future with the following areas of interest:
- Creative Writing
- Foreign Languages
- Food Studies
- International Affairs & Global Engagement
- Media and Communications
- Management & Leadership
- Sustainability & Environmental Studies
- Urban Studies and Policy
Working with faculty and advisors, you will be guided through our interdisciplinary curriculum of theory and practice--helping you to balance what's important to you with your education and career goals.
At this event we'll help you chart your course of study for a rewarding future that can start as early as this fall.
For your convenience, a workshop is given every 20 minutes. The event
We hope to see you on Wednesday.
When & Where
The New School Admission Office
The New School is a legendary university in New York City, now comprising seven academic divisions. Founded in 1919 by a group of progressive educators, The New School aspired to be everything the "old school" was not—open to dissenting opinions and the avant-garde in scholarship and the arts. It found a home in Greenwich Village and a unique place in the intellectual history of the United States.
Today students from throughout the United States and around the world choose The New School for an education that requires critical analysis, active participation, and experimentation with ideas. New School students and faculty take creative, interdisciplinary approaches to complex conceptual and real-world issues. Learning is driven by open discussion in small classes and immersion in the latest currents of ideas and practices in the greatest city in the world. Our faculty includes leaders and innovators in art and design, social science, liberal arts, management and public policy, media, and performing arts.
The university also is actively engaged with the broader community through its wide-ranging continuing education programs and thoughtful—and thought-provoking—public programs.