Explore new areas of study; get hands-on experience in robotics, 3-D modeling, and ethical hacking; learn the basics of business; or get a jump start on college credits. New York Tech gives precollege students a taste of college—and in some cases, college credit—through programs designed especially for you.
We also offer high school students the opportunity to enroll in university-approved high school courses during the regular fall and spring semesters as part of our New York Tech Advance program, where they can earn college credits at deeply discounted prices.
High school students may also be eligible to take some of our regular summer college courses. Visit our Summer Registration page to find out more.
Throughout the year NYIT School of Management offers a free, virtual bootcamp to prepare interested high school students for the business school experience. Enjoy college-level one-hour workshops taught by expert faculty and get critical baseline training that will give you an extra edge as you apply to college and a leg-up in your business classes.
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Middle School Summer Maker Academy
This online, weeklong academy will engage 10–13-year-olds in hands-on workshops designed to teach 3-D modeling and printing, laser cutting/engraving, and Arduino programming. As a final project, students will build a tech-infused, environmentally friendly, low-impact Smart Building.
New York Tech Advance
The New York Tech Advance program allows high school students to enroll in university-approved high school courses that, upon completion, award New York Institute of Technology college credit. These courses, in addition to counting toward high school graduation, provide students with a head start on their college education at a steeply discounted rate.
WOMEN IN COMPUTER SCIENCE, ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY (WICET) SUMMER PROGRAM
Join us for a free one-week guided program exploring 3-D modeling and printing, laser cutting, FPGAs (Field Programmable Gate Arrays), and Python programming and build a dynamic vehicle with electronic sensors and self-driving capabilities. The program ends with a final scavenger hunt competition, where you and your teammates will compete against other teams to successfully complete the final mission.