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Learn & Network – AIM Forum 6/16 and 6/17

Register now! The 2022 AIM Forum is a two-day (6/16 virtual, 6/17 in person) event for women at all levels of leadership – from CEO and business owner to college student. Engage in immersive workshops that will provide new insights on leadership strategies, practical skills and professional growth in the building industry.

AIM’s goal is to help you build your own professional and personal Skill Building Playbook that considers the tools all women need to become Forces of Change.

Virtual events begin today (Thursday) at noon.

Event and Registration Info: Flyer

Event website: Program – AIM – Women’s Leadership Forum (wbcnyc.org)

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Summer Internships – NYC MTA Info Session 6/8

CUNY Internship Programs is excited to announce our new partnership with the METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY (MTA). The MTA has teamed up with us to provide lucrative paid internships to matriculated CUNY students. If you are a CUNY student interested in building your career within New York City, here is your chance to be exposed to real world work experiences at the largest public transit authority in the United States!

OVER 50 INTERNSHIP POSITIONS HAVE ACROSS MULTIPLE MTA DIVISION OFFICES INCLUDING:

  • Accounting/Finance
  • IT / Technology
  • Systems / Electrical Engineering
  • Human Resources
  • Communications
  • Law + more

Attend the info session: June 8, 2022 – 10:00 am
RSVP: CLICK HERE

Additional Details: See attached flyer.

  • Internship Pay Rate: $19 per hour
  • Internship Duration: Summer 2022 (8 Weeks) with great potential to continue into Fall 22 and Spr 23.

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Internships – Paid Summer Internships with CUNY

This summer, 2,000 CUNY students will launch their careers by interning in a job related to their major – while earning $20 per hour! CUNY Career Launch is recruiting undergraduates who haven’t had substantial paid internship experience but who are ambitious, bright, and ready to apply the skills they’ve learned in the classroom to work. If selected, you will work for 7 weeks, between early July until mid-August, for 19 hours/week. You can take a summer class, keep your part-time job, or take care of the family while you intern with CUNY Career Launch!

You will receive:

  • Paid training
  • An internship related to your career interests
  • Chances to build a professional network 
  • Valuable experience to add to your resume
  • $20/hour – that’s over $2600 for the summer!*

Deadline: Career Launch Pre Application April 29, 2022

For information and to apply: Career Launch Student Interest Form – Formstack

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Training – Clemson University Summer Historic Preservation Institute in Charleston, SC

Do you have a passion for old places? Are you interested in a career working to preserve, learn from, and interpret Historic buildings and landscapes? The Clemson University Summer Historic Preservation Institute invites undergraduate students to see first-hand the kinds of work historic preservationists do, all while immersing themselves in Charleston’s unique history, architecture, and culture. This intensive three-day experience includes tours and site visits to some of Charleston’s most iconic historic sites. Attendees will experience both the diversity of the historic places and voices that constitute Charleston’s shared history and the diversity of projects and careers that make up the field of historic preservation.  Space is limited to eighteen students.

For information and registration: MSHP Summer Institute 2022 (google.com)

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City Tech PDC Virtual Career Fair

Join the Professional Development Center (PDC) – Career Services for Virtual Career Week – 2022 

Tuesday, May 3rd 1PM – 2:30PM | Career Q&A with Professional Development Center (PDC) – Career Services | Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEvcemrrj0pEtSnPlb32XDERWLV26Y6zkb8 

Open forum for students to ask career related questions – voicing your fears, hopes and dreams. Career Services staff will share their career experiences and the paths they have taken. Students are welcome to share their career experiences as well. 

Wednesday, May 4th 1PM – 2PM | The City Tutors Mentors Program | Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwtdemrrz0vHNY2jBU05u1GFabTFIFyNc5P  

The City Tutors City Mentors provides CUNY students and alums with unlimited on-demand assistance from industry insiders within fields they want to learn more about or want to enter. 

Thursday, May 5th 1PM – 2PM | What Employers Want – Competencies Explained | Register Here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0rdOuoqD8tG9Osqzb4dZmLgUIQA_C_F2L0 

Do you know employers use key behaviors to identify career ready students? Well, they do! These traits and attributes are called Career Competencies. Now is the time to learn about these competencies, so you can stand out and be prepared for the workforce!

Thursday, May 5th 5PM – 6PM | From the Recruiters Point of View | Register Here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIpdemvrjkoGNFpaaYTtMJy9d2-BzdFomcv  

Mr. Andrew Baker, a Senior Recruiter (Software Engineering Technology) from The Home Depot, a Fortune 500 Company, will share his real-world advice and explore what recruiters look for in candidates. Learn about soft skills, hard skills and how preparation can open doors to unexpected opportunities. You don’t want to miss out on hearing from an industry insider! 

Friday, May 6th 1PM – 2PM | COOP Careers Info Session | Register Here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMsdO6pqTspE90FZagfeFQob2_lxoRNPCIP About COOP Careers: Finding meaningful work is hard, but it shouldn’t be lonely. Our community is made up of aspiring digital professionals who seek to build strong networks and communities in the hopes of overcoming underemployment.  

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Training – FE Exam Bootcamp

Getting ready to take the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam? Prepare with CMCE’s One Day FE Review Bootcamp!

Date and time: April 30th 10:00 am-3:00 pm

For more information: See linked flyer

Register: Sign up through google link: https://forms.gle/EFxZdcAwCNTqZC479

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Career Development – DOB Scholars

NYC DOB Scholars | The program aims to expose students to the wide range of career opportunities within the DOB, while, at the same time, demonstrating the necessity of our multifaceted work for public safety.

The program consists of 10 seminars over the course of the semester. Each week, DOB architects, engineers, sustainability experts, construction inspectors, and Borough Commissioners present on the work of their individual units/departments. In addition to the seminar series, students will have access to networking opportunities and professional development workshops such as resume writing, and receive a Certificate of Completion from the Agency for their resumes.

Application cycle: Annual. Contact them at YouthEngagement@buildings.nyc.gov.

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Jobs – NYC DOB Assistant Construction Inspector

Entry-level position available with the New York City Department of Buildings – The Assistant Construction Inspector position receives training in, and under close supervision, performs technical work in the inspection of construction, repairs or alteration of structures for conformity with NYC Construction Codes, Department rules, other pertinent laws and rules, and approved plans and specifications.

Please Note:  This position is open to qualified persons with a disability who are eligible for the 55-a Program.  Please indicate on your resume or cover letter that you would like to be considered for the position under the 55-a Program.

To Apply: For Non-City/External Candidates: Visit the www.nyc.gov/jobs/search, Agency: Buildings, Keyword: Inspector

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PDC – Brooklyn Navy Yard Fellowship Opportunity

See below for information on this fellowship and details on how to apply via City Tech’s PDC and Handshake. Note: There is a 9/23 event!]

The Professional Development Center (PDC) – Career Services has partnered with – Handshake – a modern platform connecting City Tech students to employers recruiting college talent. PDC launched this new platform to City Tech students and alumni this past August. City Tech students can search and apply for internships, fellowships, part-time and full-positions. Students may also use Handshake to:

• Upload a resume and complete a Handshake online profile • Make your profile and resume viewable to employers • View and learn about employers by attending career events and informational sessions • Search for and apply to open positions

Students should claim their Handshake accounts by going to: https://citytech.joinhandshake.com/. If you have any questions, please email pdc@citytech.cuny.edu.

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Brooklyn Navy Yard will be hosting an Info Session this Thursday at 2PM on the Real Estate + Governors Island Real Estate Fellowship, which was posted to Handshake for students to RSVP. 

“Brooklyn Navy Yard + Governors Island Real Estate Fellowship Program: The Real Estate Fellowship Program will match current CUNY undergraduates with a deep, one-year work fellowship with the Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation or the Trust for Governors Island.Through the one year experience, students will gain direct real estate work experience and personal work products, develop on-the-job professional and technical skills, and build a network of real estate professionals. At the end of the fellowship, fellows will be competitive candidates to pursue full-time, professional-track jobs within the real estate industry, and will have direct introductions to partner companies in private commercial real estate. Before applying, please review the job descriptions for each role: http://bit.ly/REFellowship

Fellowship period: October 1, 2021 to April 22, 2022 | Application link: https://bit.ly/REFApplication 

Eligibility
1. Students pursuing on of the following fields:
– Real Estate Development
– Business Management
– Property Management
– Engineering- Horticulture 

2. Current CUNY students entering their final year in an Associate’s, Bachelor’s, or Master’s degree program”

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CMAA L&L Training Opportunity

Register now for the BUILDING THE WORKFORCE OF THE FUTURE Lunch and Learn on SEPTEMBER 9, 2021 Featuring our Dean, Gerarda Shields PhD, PE, F.ASCE. Find out more about what skills the industry is looking for in the workforce.


Free for students. Register here: CMAA New York/New Jersey – Meeting registration page 1 (cmaanynj.org)