Category Archives: CUNY Sponsored Events

Hispanic Heritage Month – Quinoa: Who’s Paying for Superfoods

Join Student Life & Development and The Soapbox Presents today Thursday, October 14 from 6:00 – 8:00 pm in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month

Quinoa: Who’s Paying for Superfoods
Come cook with us! Chef Hender Gonzales, a Peruvian native,  will share his take on a traditional quinoa recipe while exploring the recent history of the food, and the complex impacts of its explosive popularity. 

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 852 1127 4454
Passcode: 545079

PPA October Event – CMCE Career Week

CMCE Career Week 2021 Oct

CMCE Career Week gives students, alumni, and curious onlookers the opportunity to learn about educational and career paths in construction and engineering, engage directly with employers and recruiters, and know more about the technology and professional practices driving our industry. Register today to attend virtual, live, 30-minute panels with Q&A. Join 30+ organizations participating to connect the pathways between college and what comes next.

Sponsored by the Department of Construction Management and Civil Engineering Technology, CMCE Career Week also gives prospective City Tech students a look at possible futures through partnership with the HS for Construction, Technology, Engineering, and Architecture as well as BK STEAM at the Brooklyn Navy Yards. Thank you to Perkins Peer Advisement, the City Tech Professional Development Center, and the City Tech Black Male Initiative for co-sponsoring and supporting this event!

Find out more about participants and panels:
For questions, contact event chair, Anne Marie Sowder, Assistant Professor and Job Placement Coordinator:

Real Estate Fellowship Program – Application Deadline May 21

The Brooklyn Navy Yard and the Trust for Governor’s Island are starting a new Real Estate Fellows program for students entering their final year of their Associate or Bachelor’s degree in fall 2021. The program includes a paid 8-week internship this summer and then a 9 month paid fellowship during the 2021-2022 school year. The goal is that after the Fellowship, these students are super well-prepared and hired for real estate jobs with Brooklyn Navy Yard, the Trust for Governor’s Island, and partnering real estate companies.  

Attached is a flyer and below is the application link and link to job descriptions. City Tech students will be prioritized. The application deadline is May 21.



Job Descriptions: (also included in the application)

NYC Department of Building Internship

This summer 2021, the NYC Department of Buildings will be hosting a limited number of paid internships through CUNY in the units listed below. All internship write-ups can be found in the attached zipped folder. There are opportunities for CUNY students studying civil/mechanical/electrical engineering, architecture, construction management, and many more majors! Internships will last for a maximum of 12 weeks, at 34 hours per week. Internships will run from 5/25/21 to 8/12/21. Please send resumes to clearly indicating the name of the internship(s) you’re applying for. The application deadline is Sunday, April 25th, by midnight. Let us know if you have any questions, and we look forward to reviewing your resume!
Academic Qualifications for Each Unit:
Boilers: Mechanical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering Tech
Construction Safety Engineering: Civil Engineering, Civil Engineering Tech, Construction Management Tech
Cranes & Derricks: Civil Engineering, Civil Engineering Tech, Mechanical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering Tech
Development Hub: Architecture, Architectural Tech
Enforcement Inspections: Construction Trades Experience, Architecture, Architectural Tech, Civil Engineering, Civil Engineering Tech, Construction Management Tech
Retaining Walls: Civil Engineering, Civil Engineering Tech, Architecture, Architectural Tech, Construction Management Tech
Technical Affairs & Code Development: Civil, Mechanical or Electrical Engineering, Civil or Mechanical Engineering Tech, Construction Management Tech
Youth Engagement: Organizational Psychology, Public Administration, Labor Relations, Education