Join the Peer Perkins Program and the Professional Development Center on Tuesday, November 24th for a workshop to learn “What Can The Professional Development Center Do For You?”
Registration Open – click herePDC-Workshop-Poster
Improve 1: Improving Your Studying Skills click here
Due to a New York State policy change, thousands of CUNY students enrolled in a specific career and technical education (CTE) programs are now eligible to apply for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). As of October 16, 2020, students attending an institution of higher education (such as CUNY) at least half-time, and enrolled in qualifying career and technical education programs of study can now apply for SNAP.
1. Attend one of the colleges of the Metro New York area.
2. Be currently enrolled full-time in an undergraduate program (currently as a freshman, sophomore, or junior) at an Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) college/university.
3. Submit this application by December 2, 2020
Application: Applicants must complete and submit the attached application by DECEMBER 2, 2020.
1. Letters of Recommendation: Each applicant must submit one recent (within the last 6
months) letters of recommendation, from someone familiar with the applicant’s educational
and career goals or from someone in the community (such as an employer, clergy, Boy or Girl
Scout leader), but not a relative.
2. Essay: Each applicant must submit the required essay as shown on the following pages.
Click here to download the application.
|To those interested in Energy, Buildings, or the Climate Movement,|
With the climate crisis being one of the most defining problems of our time, New York City has been taking drastic measures to reduce energy consumption and combat carbon emissions. In 2019, the NYC Climate Mobilization Act was passed to reduce carbon emissions by 80% by 2050. To achieve this reduction, the focus is being put on the biggest sources of pollution in the city: buildings. Building energy consumption and inefficiencies release 55% of America’s total GHG emissions! This is why it is so important for us—the emerging generation of professionals—to study building systems and develop respective solutions to reduce energy waste.
What does EWB-USA CCNY do about this?
Our CCNY student chapter of Engineers Without Borders continues to run valuable workshops with this goal in mind. The skills built upon in these workshops are lent free of charge to underprivileged communities around our campus (e.g. East Harlem) to provide them the means to save both money and energy.
Fortunately, the workshops that allow us to make this change are now virtual, which allows us to reach a greater audience to join our humanitarian mission! Therefore, we would like to introduce other CUNY students to the energy efficiency field through our club. If you are interested in joining our virtual workshops, they will be every Thursday from 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm (EST) where we study building systems. For the next 4 workshops, we will study the building envelope. The first Building Envelope workshop will be on Thursday, October 29th. The green job field is growing; don’t let it pass you by! Google form to sign up: https://bit.ly/3nYiGjN
Applications for The Spring 2021 DOB Scholars Program are due by December 11th at midnight. To apply for admission to the program, please send the completed application questionnaire (attached as a fillable pdf) as well as your attached resume to YouthEngagement@buildings.nyc.gov.The application window will close promptly on December 11th, so don’t wait to apply! Students will hear back regarding potential admission by early January, and the program begins on February 3rd, 2021. Students should ensure the program works with their spring academic schedule before applying, as accepted candidates will need to attend all 10 seminars in order to receive a Certificate of Completion.
In coordination with the U.S. Department of Education’s Hispanic Heritage Month Committee and the National Institutes for Health (NIH)’s Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion, we invite you to participate in the Pathway to NIH: Highlighting Hispanic Researchers webinar. This webinar will feature a panel of Hispanic researchers who will discuss their journey to NIH and share the importance of science, technology, engineering, and math education. This webinar is an excellent opportunity for students to learn about NIH student opportunities.The webinar will take place Thursday, Oct. 15, from 1 to 2 p.m. ET.Registration for the webinar is open.