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NABA’s Career Services & Industry Relations Office can provide you with support and guidance during your transition from the academy to the professional world. Our staff can help you develop self-promotion tools and assist you during your first steps into the world of work.

The Office develops relationships with companies in order to set up internship agreements, employment opportunities, and interactive projects between students and businesses.

NABA has enabled agreements for placements with well-known associations and companies such as: Art for the World Europa, Fondazione La Triennale di Milano, Fondazione Museion – Museo d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea Bolzano, The Swatch Group, Giorgio Armani, Pininfarina Extra, Provincia di Milano, Armando Testa, Publicis, Upim, Arnoldo Mondadori Editore, Editrice Abitare Segesta, McCann Erikson, Lorenzo Riva, Saatchi & Saatchi, Trussardi, Velvet, Gruppo Editoriale L’Espresso, Il Sole 24 ORE, Valentino Fashion Group, Missoni, Gianni Versace, E. C. (Costume National), Fabrica Art & Media, Next Media Lab, Festival Internazionale del Film Locarno, Studio Azzurro, Mediaset, Teatro Stabile di Genova, Fondazione Ente Autonomo Piccolo Teatro di Milano.

Internship and Job Opportunities

 

After graduation, NABA’s Career Services & Industry Relations Office continues to support our alumni by promoting internship and job offers, and by supporting projects between alumni and companies.

To that end, the Office has launched NABA Symplicity, an online platform dedicated to the professional advancement of NABA students, alumni, and faculty. Through this virtual “square,” students and alumni can share their CVs and portfolios, and companies can advertise internships and jobs and select the profiles that best fit their requirements.

What NABA Symplicity does:

  • Collect student requests and match them with relevant job opportunities
  • Organize the student’s first contact with companies
  • Help students prepare for job interviews
  • Provide advice about the bureaucratic process of activating an internship
  • Collect documents to be sent to the company
  • Provide support during the internship period
  • Final review with the student at the end of the internship

As a NABA student or alumnus, you can join NABA Symplicity for free and:

  • Publish your résumé and portfolio
  • Take part (individually or in a group) in contests launched by companies
  • Launch creative projects involving classmates and other Darwinsquare members
  • Connect with companies offering internships or jobs: You find them; they find you!

Talent Harbour

TalentHarbour is a project designed to help NABA students prepare for their careers. It can help you with:

  • Personal branding and reputation: Strategy and application
    This service helps you build self-promotion tools: draft résumés and cover letters, create professional portfolios, manage social network profiles, prepare for interviews, and network.

  • Becoming a professional: Tips straight from the job market
    Throughout the year, the Office organizes events and meetings with professionals, industry experts, lawyers, and corporate and institutional representatives to give students valuable advice about various aspects of the professional world.

     

  • Face-to-face with the company: Simulation of recruiting, assessment, portfolio revision, and on-campus selection

    A chance to practice your skills through simulated interviews and recruiting sessions (that is, roleplays) to prepare you for the real thing.

Recruiting Day

A day in which companies will be on Campus and they will do their company presentation providing students with advice on their career path.

During the day, students will have the opportunity to undergo job interviews for internship and/or job positions and to interface with industry professionals. The goal is to provide students with a first approach to the world of work to facilitate their professional development.