Paid Summer Internships Opportunity

Hi all,

Our partners at Aetna would like to offer CREAR Futuros mentors summer internship opportunities! These are exclusive development programs that can provide you with exposure to general management and underwriting skills.

These are out-of-state paid opportunities. Aetna will cover summer housing costs.

See below for more information and please let us know as soon as possible if this is something you’re interested in!


Summer Internships with Aetna

General Management Internship Program
Our General Management Internship Program will provide you with exposure to one of the following business lines: Government Services, Specialty Business or Commercial Business through project management, consulting, product development or account management. We are seeking business or management majors. For more information, please click the link to review the job description: 2017 Summer Internship – Aetna Institutional Business
Underwriting Internship Program
Our Underwriting Internship Program will provide you with exposure to various underwriting functions including: data analysis, reporting and rating functions. You will also gain exposure working on cross-functional teams. We are seeking students that have strong math aptitude. For more information, please click the link to review the job description: Underwriting Internship Program

The WISE Center Launch Party!

t’s here – the official launch party for The WISE Center!

Come join us in kicking off the new resource-based women’s center!!!!  Listen to success stories from past and present City Tech students just like you, familiarize yourself with some of the center’s partnerships, and interact with the center’s Coordinator, Solange Castellar.

 We want to hear your voice!!!  Tell us what you need to SUCCEED & BE EMPOWERED!!!!

When: Thursday, March 9th, 2017

Where: Namm 119

Time: 12:45pm-2:30pm

The WISE Center Launch Party!

Writing Workshop @City Tech!

WAC Workshop for Students 03/07

WAC (Writing Across the Curriculum) is hosting a workshop for students on Tuesday, March 7, 2017, from 1:00-2:15 in Namm 1006. We will review and help students to understand the importance of the College’s Academic Integrity policy, provide strategies for ethical and effective paraphrasing, and discuss proper citation methods.  We encourage you to bring your classes. Whether you can attend or not, please encourage your students to come.  No RSVP required; all students, faculty, and staff are welcome.