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What ‘s your STEM Type? Take the STEM Type™ Quiz to find out!

Have you ever wonder if you are a problem solver, or a “do-er”?

STEM Type™ connects your passions and dreams to the right opportunities so that you can not only #DoWhatYouLove, but find career success as well.

Discovering your STEM Type is crucial to understanding the answers to some of the toughest questions you’ll face in school and in the process of discovering a career you’ll love: Continue reading

CUNY Internship Program – STEM

The City University of New York, in partnership with the New York City Department of Information Technology & Telecommunications (DoITT), provides City agencies and public schools with a streamlined and cost-effective way to hire interns to support STEM-related projects. Interns serve as application/web developers, database analysts/designers, engineers, business analysts, healthcare specialists, and many other roles, often working on mission-critical projects at their agencies.

Upcoming Fellowship Information Sessions:

April 18 | 11am-1pm

April 26 | 11am-1pm

CUNY interns are currently working at these agencies: Continue reading

Tatch (Cornell Tech Foundry Startup) – Summer 2018 Engineering Internships

Calling all Electrical, Mechanical and Computer Engineering Tech Majors! Tatch, a startup company by the new Cornell Tech in NYC is looking for summer intern in multiple disciplines. Check out their posting using the link below for more details.

About Tatch
Tatch develops state-of-the-art smart patches that provide high-quality sleep tests in maximal comfort. Tatch brings together advances in printed electronics, machine learning and wearable technology to make sleep medicine more seamless and accurate than ever before. We solve a real problem that improves the lives of hundreds of millions of people around the globe.
Tatch, an exciting early-stage startup backed by Cornell-Tech (NYC), is looking for an intern with experience in designing and implementing software solutions for embedded devices and systems.


Brooklyn Navy Yard – Summer Internship Program 2018

Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis. The deadline for all applications is Monday, April 2, 2018.


Must be:

  • A NYC Resident ­or attend a NYC-based college
  • A college-bound or college- attending undergraduate student
  • Students must be able to present documentation that indicates they meet the above criteria.

Specific intern roles include:

  • Engineering
  • Office/Administrative
  • more…

Two sessions are available to accepted interns. Each accepted student is eligible to participate in one session.

  • Session 1: Monday, June 4, 2018 to Friday, July 27, 2018
  • Session Two:  Monday, June 25, 2018 to Friday, August 17, 2018

For more information and to apply:

AECOM Tishman – Summer Intern 2018

Requisition/Vacancy No. 179744BR

Minimum Requirements

  • Effective oral and written communication skills.
  • Ability to interact with peers and fellow employees in a professional manner.
  • Currently in school for Engineering or Construction Management degree.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel.

Preferred Qualifications

  • A GPA of 3.0 or higher is preferred.
  • Prior intern assignment(s) completed at a construction, engineering or architecture firm is preferred.
  • Knowledge of Adobe Acrobat and Microsoft Access is preferred.

For more information, search for the job listing number (179744BR) in their website:

Department of Buildings – Energy Code Intern

Department of Buildings is currently looking for an Energy Code Intern for the DOB Sustainability Team.

JOB ID: 333571
Areas of Study: Architecture, Engineering, Sustainability, Building Science, Energy Management

Preferred Skills
– Proficiency with CAD and Microsoft Office
– Knowledge of energy-related building systems

For more information, search for the job listing number (333571) in their website:

Jacobs is Hiring Engineering Interns – Summer 2018

Job Listing: BI 0003GH


  • Currently enrolled in an Engineering or Construction Management curriculum
  • At least a 3.0 GPA
  • Experience with MS Word, MS Excel, and MS PowerPoint
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Attention to detail and the ability to exercise good professional judgment
  • Ability to effectively interact with all levels of management regarding project activity

For more information, search for the job listing number (BI 0003GH) in their website:

Paid Internship – Architectural & Construction Technology Majors

Interiors Palace is currently seeking architectural student Interns to join their team. As a Student Intern for the Interiors Palace team, you will be responsible for performing tasks that will prepare you for real world job scenarios and help you obtain professional experience on very prominent projects. The ideal candidate will arrive with a true designer’s eye, positive energy, and a willingness to grow.

Your responsibilities will include:

  • Editing CAD plans, elevations, and design details with as
  • Work on interior design projects as a fully collaborative team member, participating in design charrettes to help define strategic goals for our clients, large or small.
  • Collaborate with designers, architects, directors, and managers to plan, design, develop and gain real-world experience working with clients across a spectrum of industries and locations.
  • Assist in processing shop drawing submittals under close supervision
  • Quantifying interior finish materials
  • Collecting material finish samples
  • Placing and tracking material orders and delivery status using spreadsheets
  • Assisting in sourcing and procurement of furniture and décor

Please email Steven Bubis, at for more information and to apply.

Location: Brooklyn, New York

Desired Major(s): Construction Mgt Tech AAS, Construction Technology BTECH, Architectural Tech BTECH, Architectural Tech AAS, Construction Mgt CERT

Salary Level: Dependent on experience
Approximate Hours Per Week: Flexible

Summer Internship 2018 – JDS Development Group

The internship program at JDS is structured to give a limited group of interns a comprehensive construction-based real estate development experience in a dynamic environment, with events, tours, direct exposure to industry experts from a multitude of fields, and the ability to have a direct impact on the skyline of New York City and Miami.

Intern Responsibilities

Interns will be expected to support development and/or project management staff and assist with overall project administration including, but not limited to:

  • Attend internal and external project meetings to help with coordination of information among the project management staff; create meeting agendas, take meeting minutes, and follow-up on action items
  • Review and coordinate design and construction details of architectural, mechanical, structural, plumbing, and electrical drawings
  • Coordinate details of marketing, sales, and communication for projects; conduct research relating to projects
  • Assist with creation and maintenance of spreadsheets and lists relating to project financing, design, coordination, progress, and completion
  • Perform administrative tasks including the preparation of letters, memos, reports, and other correspondence
  • Prepare contracts and financial statements for subsequent review of Project & Financial Teams
  • Facilitate site visits with outside parties

Desired Background

  • Engineering / Construction
  • Architecture / Interior Design
  • Urban Planning / City Planning/Design/Development

Click on the link for more information:

Please direct all applications (cover letter & résumé required, PDF format only) and other inquiries to:

David Koster at

Quality Assurance Specialist – Field Inspector

If you are interested in environmental remediation and construction, the NYC Department of Environment Protection has an opening for Field Inspector.

Job Description: 

Inspect the quantity, quality, and condition of materials found at active cleanup and remediation sites in New York City.

Witness and observe outside environmental consultants in the collection of samples and performance of other field activities.

Enter findings and observations into a quality assurance template and checklists. Review findings with OER Project Managers.

Review onsite records and logs, take photographs of field activities.

Operate a motor vehicle in performance of duties. Travel required approximately 50% of the time, other 50% in an office setting.

Assist in ensuring compliance with remedial action work plans.

Assist with the screening and review of incoming document submittals, perform basic data entry and project initiation activities.

Click here for detailed information.