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From helping him launch a successful career to meeting and marrying his college sweetheart, Thomas Kershaw (B.S. ’71) looks back fondly on his time at New York Tech.
Everything started on the track for Eze Small. After a setback, he shifted his focus to engineering. He is now president and chief operating officer of Elite Construction of NY, where he continues to use the lessons he learned at New York Tech.
As Tyson Foods’s chief medical officer, Claudia Coplein (B.S. ’87, D.O. ’90) is committed to expanding the culture of employee health, safety, and well-being.
As assistant vice president for advanced clinical providers at Northwell Health, Jason McGrade (B.S. ’02) worked to safely mobilize frontline healthcare workers throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and educate the public about the safety of vaccines.
As the nation celebrates National Entrepreneurship Month, three New York Tech alumni share their journeys to success.
As chief diversity officer for Randolph College, Keesha Burke-Henderson’s mission is to facilitate a culture of community and confront the impact of equity disparities within an educational setting.
NYITCOM’s Liat Jarkon, D.O., is one of several alumni named to Schneps Media’s 2021 “Power Women of Long Island.”
On November 15, family and friends gathered at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre to celebrate New York Tech-Vancouver’s Class of 2021.
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)
Aetna, Amazon, Boeing, Citigroup, Google, IBM, JP Morgan Chase, Mount Sinai Hospital, Northwell Health, United Nations
New York Tech is ranked #7 for the highest student mobility rates among four-year private, nonprofit institutions. 37% of students who come from families with household incomes in the bottom 20% jumped to the top 20% of earners.