NIST Internship for nanotechnology hands-on activities, and cleanroom tools: deadline July 25, 2022

Dear MECH/IND students,

Are you interested in semiconductors, nanotechnology hands-on activities, and cleanroom tools? The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has an internship program. See the following email from the Managing Director of NEATEC. The application deadline is July 25, 2022   

Dr. Nakamura,


Dear Colleagues,  

I am the Managing Director of the Northeast Advanced Technological Education Center (NEATEC),  a NSF-funded ATE Center located at SUNY Polytechnic Institute in Albany, NY.   This email is to let you know that the Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology (CNST) NanoFab, at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST),  and NEATEC are sponsoring internships for your students to take place during the Fall 2022 term at the CNST in Gaithersburg, MD. We will sponsor two students (community college and/or four-year technical colleges) during this term. . The duration of the internships is 16 weeks, and the starting date is August 29, 2022. The student must attend the whole period.   Each student will receive a stipend of $650 per week during the duration of the internship and a one-payment of $500 to cover travel expenses.   This is a great opportunity for your students and recent graduates to enhance their resumes and to learn about semiconductors, nanotechnology hands-on activities, and cleanroom tools. The program is designed for students enrolled in engineering or technical fields, such as Electrical, mechanical, manufacturing, semiconductor, nanotechnology, and other related fields. Also, students enrolled in science programs, such as Engineering Science,  physics and chemistry are welcomed to apply. However, special consideration will be given to students with a basic background in semiconductor and nanotechnology fabrication and processes.   To apply and register, the student must visit this site:   The details of the internship follows:  

Starting Date:  August 29, 2022 

Duration:          16 weeks

Venue:¬†Center of Nanoscale Science and Technology (CNST) Nanofab, at the NIST ‚Äď Gaithersburg, MD¬†General¬†

  • NEATEC will sponsor only 2 participants based on technical background  
  • The NIST will prepare a program based on your Interests and background 
  • No-cost to you 
  • Learn about clean rooms, lithography, deposition,  etching, CMP, metrology, etc. 
  • The application deadline is July 25, 2022 


    Who should attend? 
  • The program is designed for 2-year and/or 4-year College students and recent graduates (less than one year from graduation) from a technology program 
  • Students with experience and/or knowledge of basic semiconductor fabrication technologies  
  • A strong engineering or engineering technology background is required 

Fellowships You will receive:

  • a weekly stipend of $650 for the duration of the Internship (16 weeks)  
  • A one-time allowance of $500 for travel expenses 

   Apply and registerat:

Managing Director, NSF – Northeast Advanced Technological Education Center (NEATEC),

Internship Opportunity for Students Interested in Interior Design

Dear MECH/IND students,

Please see the following internship opportunity for interior design. The Designers Group will accept students.

Here is the application page: an application

Contact: Tyler G <>

Dr. Nakamura


Subject: Internship Opportunity for Students Interested in Interior Design 

Hi Eko’e,
My name is Tyler, and I am the development associate for The Designers Group. We are an interior design firm with offices in New York City, Miami, and Toronto. I would like to let you and the students in the NYC College of Technology Industrial Design Department know about an exciting internship opportunity offered by our Brooklyn office.

Once a week throughout the summer, we will host a day-in-the-life visit for an aspiring designer. Participants will have the opportunity to shadow TDG staff in various departments throughout the day, giving them a firsthand look at all aspects of the design process. We hope TDG Insider will provide a comprehensive and inspiring introduction for those interested in pursuing a career in interior design. Program participants will also be able to stay in touch with and be mentored by one of our designers as they get ready to begin their careers. The TDG design team is already hard at work developing design challenges and activities and can’t wait to meet the next generation of great designers!

Community is a core value here at TDG, and we are always looking for ways to give back to our community. With TDG Insider, we are so excited to continue our tradition of giving back by showing the next generation of great designers what it’s really like to work in interior design.

If any of the students in the department are interested in becoming a TDG Insider, please forward an application for them to fill out. If you have questions or want to learn more, please don’t hesitate to ask. We hope to get to know some of the CityTech Industrial Design students this summer!


Tyler Glenn

Development Associate | TDG
170 53rd Street, Suite 327, Brooklyn NY, 11232   T  |  646-543-7515

MTA Summer 2022 paid internship: info session on Wednesday, June 8th at 10:00 AM

Dear MECH/IND students,

Please find the message from AP Blake about the MTA summer internship. Info session will be Wednesday, June 8th at 10:00 AM .

Dr. Nakamura


Dear Colleague:

Good morning to you, and I hope that this new day finds you well. May we please solicit your assistance in disseminating this MTA Summer 2022 paid internship opportunity to your students. The information session is scheduled for this Wednesday, June 8th at 10:00 AM. Thank you very much, and please take care.

Reginald Blake, Ph.D. Associate Provost and Dean of Curriculum and Research 

Graduation & Commencement

Dear MECH/IND students,

Congratulations, Class 2022!!!! If you attend today’s commencement, let’s celebrate together.

1) Gear hat (If you have time, make a great hat)

2) Paper airplane (Let’s make a paper plane and make it fly when MECH/IND students are called! I’ll bring paper)

3) Make a big wave at the auditorium at Coney Island’s Amphitheater at Seaside Park

See you tonight!!

Dr. Nakamura