New York for Students and Interns
Securing your internship or getting into your summer program required a ton effort. Now comes the fun part: planning your move to New York. Even if it’s just a few months, moving to New York is equal parts challenging and thrilling. Make the hard parts easier and the fun parts more fabulous with the New York for Students and Interns Web Guide.
You don’t need to hear someone stutter through the tongue twister, “Unique New York,” to know that New York is like no other place in the world. Get a general idea of what New York is like while you’re still at home by looking at some New York travel sites online.
For an overview of New York …
NYC & Company
is the official tourism site of New York City. The site touches on all the basic aspects of a visit to the Big Apple. You’ll find information about activities and attractions, and help with planning your visit.
is a daily blog that covers anything, and almost everything, happening in New York. Browse entries to get a taste of the varied, eccentric and intricate New York culture.
is an insider’s guide to activities in New York with content that’s generated and donated by influential New Yorkers. Discover bars, restaurants, stores and hangouts favored by New York’s creative types.
is a one-stop shop for New York students looking for information on a variety of topics. Sponsored by the city government, this site has information on all the city's academic institutions, along with advice on staying safe, finding a place to live, funding your education, finding a job and much more.
For images of New York …
a site that shows short films online, has a few that feature New York. Venture virtually into various neighborhoods and take a sneak peek at favorite local haunts.
Virtual NYC Tour
lets you explore New York online using both panoramic photographs and an accompanying map. Select a neighborhood from the list on the left or from the map. Once the tour has loaded, be sure to check “Side Hints” to get little tips about what stores, attractions or spots of historical importance are on the surrounding streets.
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