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You will also be able to hear panel discussions with experts from regional agencies and companies representing all modes of transportation discussing:
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Do you have a bachelor’s degree or higher in engineering or engineering technology? New York State employs more than 2,000 engineers in various agencies across the state, including DEC. Learn more about career opportunities in engineering with NYS on the Civil Service’s website.
As a permanent, full-time employee of the DEC, you would enjoy many benefits, including: generous leave time; excellent health, dental and vision insurance plans; pension plan; deferred compensation program; and, flex spending account. You may also qualify for: military leave; paid jury duty leave; child rearing leave and part-time or reduced work schedule.
Launching Your College CareerThursday 2/201-2pmNamm 523AFree pizza lunch!Learn how to survive and thrive at City Tech.Students will hear Peer Mentors talk about how to acclimate to college life and start off strong. Everything from navigating the campus to understanding W grades, and so much more will be covered.We are happy to provide attendance verification for professors who wish to offer this workshop as extra credit. Please email email@example.com.Flyer is attached. Please let us know if you have any questions.Thank you!Najma, Travis, TingTing, Anjie, Tevin, Evelyn, and Sabrina–Your Spring 2020 Peer MentorsThe Student Success Workshops are supported by First Year Programs and Student Life & Development.
This spring, the NYC Department of Buildings will host its first ever Women in Engineering Roundtable for female engineering students interested in future careers in a number of different engineering tracks(civil/structural, mechanical, and sustainability engineering). This event will be an in-depth resume-building experience.
On Tuesday, March 31st, at DOB headquarters, from 4pm to 6pm, we’ll be offering female engineering students the opportunity to receive mentoring sessions with our licensed engineers and to hear from our professionals about possible career paths within the premiere construction regulation agency in NYC.
Additionally, students will have the opportunity to learn about college aide positions, upcoming full-time positions, and future internships. Participating students will also receive a tour of the agency, a catered networking dinner, and, for the first 40 registrants, resume review/professional development assistance directly from our experience professionals.
To secure your seat, please register through the Eventbrite link below. Seating is limited, so please register as soon as you can:
Are you an Artist or are interested in Arts Administration and would love to work behind the scenes at a Museum? Are you into finance but also have an interest in dance? Are you a music major but would also like to explore doing research for a non-profit Cultural Institution? Are you not sure what to do with your major and need some experience on your resume?
Whatever the reason, Cultural Corps has something in store for you!
To apply, click here to fill out an application. Apply to become part of the CUNY Cultural Corps 2020-21 Academic Year Internship! If you have participated in CUNY Service Corps before, you can still apply to CUNY Cultural Corps. However, CUNY Cultural Corps alumni may NOT apply.
Before contacting us, go to our website for more information and eligibility. If you still have questions, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Application deadline is March 22nd, 2020.
Save the date for CMCE Career Fair and Technology Seminar on February 20 from 5pm-7pm at the New Academic Building hosed by Department of Civil Engineering and Construction Management Technology. Come meet companies looking for full-time and part-time employees and hear presentations on industry standard design software and management tech platforms!
Open to Construction Management, Civil, Architecture,Mechanical, Electrical Technology and Facilities students.
To know more contact Prof Anne Marie Sowder, CMCE Job Placement Coordinator at email@example.com.
Learn about: Changing material costs for 2020 and how this volatility impacts projects. 15 minute video webinar.
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Summary: Construction cost changes are inevitable. In fact, from 2019 to 2020, 34% of construction costs have changed by more than +/- 5%. This cost volatility is enormous for the people who plan, finance, build and maintain the facilities and infrastructure communities depend on. It’s vital these professionals understand how and why construction costs have changed over the last year.
Watch this on demand webinar to hear two of the minds behind Gordian’s RSMeans data discuss how the costs of steel, concrete and wood will change in 2020. They’ll also discuss why construction costs change, a few additions to RSMeans data for 2020 and more!