NEW YORK, April 13, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- We are thrilled to announce that Vault.com has partnered with New York Needs You (NYNY) to provide our Fellows with unlimited access to its comprehensive career website. Contributing $18,000 in Vault Gold Memberships, Vault is providing each Fellow, both in our current class and the upcoming class, one-year unrestricted access to the wealth of information available on the Vault site, including topics such as resume and cover letter tips, employer rankings and interview preparation materials. Access to this information will serve as a vital tool for current Fellows as they prepare for summer internships.
Forbes called the Vault Guides the "cliff notes of careers." Access to this expansive resource will give our Fellows a distinct competitive advantage in their career development. The level of career intelligence that they will gain by becoming members of the site will enhance their candidacy for career opportunities exponentially. It is our hope that the Fellows will become active members of the Vault.com community as they work to define their own career paths.
"Vault.com is based on the premise that the best candidates need the richest information to shape their choice of employers. And, we have always believed that our career intelligence should be as widely available as possible ... Brilliant minds deserve to shine no matter what their starting point. So it is with great pride that we are providing access to all of Vault.com's rich insightful content, through Vault Gold Memberships to this year's distinguished class of NYNY Fellows."
- Claude Sheer, CEO of Vault.com
As emerging professionals, the ability to explore career interests is paramount to our Fellows' success; we thank Vault for supporting NYNY in this capacity.
"Access to Vault.com will provide the New York Needs You Fellows with an in-depth, unbiased perspective on companies that interest them and aid them in realizing their college and career ambitions. Vault.com materials are comprehensive and augment the intensive career development curriculum administered by New York Needs You - from exploring different professions to having a successful interview, Vault.com offers a comprehensive guide for students that will set them apart in the workplace. This generous contribution from Vault.com allows New York Needs You to continue to diminish the opportunity gap for the first-generation college students and ensure that they reach their full potential."
- Nicole Lindsay, Executive Director of New York Needs You
Vault.com is the source of employer and university rankings, ratings and reconnaissance for highly credentialed, in-demand candidates. Vault.com is organized by profession, industry, company and schools. Vault profiles, rankings and assessment tools deliver the insider perspective and career research candidates need to successfully match themselves to the best available job, employer and career opportunity. The Vault.com website features profiles on more than 4,500 employers, 4,000 universities and hundreds of industries and professions including the law, finance, accounting and consulting sectors. Founded in 1996, Vault.com is the only career resource of its kind and attracts more than 1000 employer and recruiter advertisers, more than 1200 school and institutional subscribers and millions of individual visitors and members.
About New York Needs You
NYNY closes the opportunity gap through the most intensive college and career mentorship program in NYC that enables high-potential, first-generation college students to realize their career aspirations. NYNY is the only non-profit in NYC that focuses on first-generation college students. NYNY was conceived because significant empirical data indicates that the education level of parents, family structure and socio-economic conditions have a significant influence on the economic mobility of youth. The primary components of the NYNY curriculum are life planning, career development and community leadership projects. Through the NYNY Fellowship, first-generation college students will have the support necessary to realize their full potential. For additional information on NYNY, visit: www.newyorkneedsyou.org.
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