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When Daniel Bocanegra (M.B.A. ’20) decided to get his M.B.A., New York Tech’s Vancouver campus was the perfect choice. “Numerical subjects are great for building a problem-solving mindset, but the other approaches taught at New York Tech—like learning how to adapt to different work styles and cultures—are essential in Canada.”
When a Latina mother brought her child to see Jairo Abreu (B.S. ’06, D.P.T. ’08), she told her child, “That can be you in the future.” It’s moments like these that continue to inspire Abreu in his role as supervisor at NYU Langone Rusk Rehabilitation, which serves an underserved community in New York City.
As program director for emergency medicine residency at Community Medical Center at RWJBarnabas Health, Nicole Magure (D.O. ’03) is passing on the wealth of knowledge she gained as an NYITCOM student.
A study by New York Tech researchers analyzes whether instructor-led vs. self-paced exercise offers greater “brain-boosting” benefits.
Upon graduating in 2012, Oliver Vasquez (B.S. ’12) was on the move, landing a job with the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA). In just two years, he would start his company, Vasquez Integrators, designing communication networks and security systems to support transportation agencies, including the MTA.
As a student at New York Tech, Devanshi Shah (M.Arch. ’22) says she gained the necessary skills to help her succeed as an architect.
Like a true athlete, Samantha Snukis (M.S. ’14) pushes herself to the limit, saying, “You have to keep learning new skills and always say ‘yes’ to something new. Just do it because you can always learn from it and keep that experience in your back pocket.”
94% of New York Tech graduates entering the job market are employed within a year of graduation—with some pursuing an additional degree or course of study.
Top Employers (All Graduates)
- JP Morgan Chase
- Mount Sinai Hospital
- Northwell Health
- United Nations
Top 10% of U.S. Colleges for Return on Investment over 20, 30, and 40 Years