Have questions or concerns about your Immigration status? Know someone who does? Want to understand more about immigration rights? Want to be an ally? Join us for an Immigration: Know Your Rights Forum on April 25th @12:45 in Room N119. Help us spread the word too!
City Tech CREAR Futuros is hiring! If you are interested in becoming a Mentor for the 2017-2018 academic year, email Prof. Diaz for an application at email@example.com and apply now!
Click Here For Application —->CREARFuturosApplication2017
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
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
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.
- You are welcome to bring your class to the event.
- If your class does not meet during the event, please consider offering your students extra credit for attending or participating in the event.
Sign up to be a part of the CREAR Futuros Peer Mentoring Program!
The Hispanic Federation and The City University of New York are partnering to support incoming freshman, sophomore, and/or transfer students through the CREAR Futuros Peer Mentoring Program. The CREAR (College Readiness, Achievement and Retention) Futuros lens is focused specifically on actions that support college access, retention and graduation rates for Latino students and other students who are interested.This unique opportunity will provide special services and invitation to exciting events that only CREAR Futuros mentees are eligible for.
CREAR Futuros at City Tech Provides:
· One-on-one mentorship
· Special workshops
· Academic Advisement
· Exclusive Hispanic Federation and partner events
· Exciting field trip opportunities
· Campus and networking events
City Tech CREAR Futuros mentees will also receive exclusive alerts about:
· Select scholarship opportunities
· Job and internship opportunities
· Financial resources
All CREAR Futuros mentees must commit to participate in one-on-one mentorship, weekly contact, workshops, and attend special events. To schedule a meeting with one of our CREAR Futuros Mentors send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com,
A MESSAGE ON THE EXECUTIVE ORDER LIMITING ENTRY INTO THE UNITED STATES
January 29, 2017 | The University
To assist CUNY students, faculty and staff who are impacted by President Trump’s executive order of January 27, 2017 limiting entry into the United States by individuals from seven countries: Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen, CUNY provides the following information.
Until further notice, we recommend that immigrant and non-immigrant students, faculty and staff from those seven countries avoid travel outside the United States. Though the Department of Homeland Security has announced that permanent residents from the seven countries will not be barred reentry, we think it prudent for permanent residents to avoid travel until the issues surrounding enforcement of the order are clarified.
CUNY students, faculty and staff in the United States with questions about their immigration status and/or travel abroad should write to Citizenship Now! at firstname.lastname@example.org. Students can also contact their campus International Student Advisor. If students, faculty or staff are detained trying to enter the United States, or are abroad and need guidance, please contact CUNY Citizenship Now! attorney Isabel Bucaram, Esq. by text, phone call or WhatsApp at 646-860-5678.
Morgan Stanley is soliciting applications for their 2017 Spring Diversity Programs.
For questions, contact email@example.com.
Join us for our Morgan Stanley Spring Diversity Programs
At Morgan Stanley, we know that the diversity of our people is one of our greatest strengths. We strive to build an organization that is diverse in experience and background, reflecting our standards of integrity and excellence. The following Undergraduate Diversity Programs are an integral part of our diversity recruiting efforts.
Early Insights Programs
Application Deadline: Sunday, February 12
These one-day programs allow freshmen and sophomores to become familiar with opportunities across the Firm, our businesses, and culture. We currently offer programs for students who identify as:
• Women – Friday, March 10
• LGBT – Friday, March 24
• Black, Hispanic & Native American – Friday, March 31
• Veterans – Friday, April 7
These one-day workshops provide Women, LGBT, Black, Hispanic, and Native American undergraduate students with the opportunity to experience the culture of Morgan Stanley.
• Career Discovery Day – Thursday, March 23
− Application Deadline: Sunday, February 19
− Designed for students interested in Compliance, Corporate Treasury, Finance, Firm Risk Management, Human Resources, Internal Audit, and/or Operations
• Investment and Wealth Management Open House – Friday, April 21
− Application Deadline: Sunday, March 26
• All events provide opportunities to learn what it takes to be successful throughout the recruiting season, exposure to various divisions, and networking with Morgan Stanley professionals
• You are welcome to apply to up to 3 programs; we encourage students to apply to the programs that focus on the populations they identify with and/or the divisions they are interested in pursuing
• All events will be held at our headquarters in New York City, and selected students will have domestic travel expenses paid for both to and from the event; participation is limited
• Eligible candidates must be currently enrolled at a four year accredited institution and provide their resume with a current GPA
To learn more about our other opportunities, visit: morganstanley.com/campus.
For questions, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Morgan Stanley is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversifying its workforce (M/F/Disability/Vet). © 2017 Morgan Stanley