Daniel Reddington serves as the Assistant Director of Career Success at New York Institute of Technology, where he plays a pivotal role in guiding students towards fulfilling career pathways. With a wide variety of professional experiences spanning various sectors, he brings a nuanced understanding of career development to this role.

Prior to joining New York Tech, he accrued valuable experience in diverse arenas, including impactful positions within local governments, collaborations with state senators, and a strong dedication to education amidst unprecedented times, in secondary education. This multifaceted background imbues his approach to career advisement with a broad perspective, allowing him to effectively cater to the unique needs of a diverse student body.

His academic journey laid a solid foundation for his career trajectory. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Binghamton University. Subsequently, he pursued his passion for higher education administration, earning a Master of Arts from Stony Brook University.

In his position at New York Tech, he leads various initiatives aimed at guiding students on their career paths. He introduced the Career Commons Canva Course and oversees the implementation of multiple Career Success workshop series, demonstrating his dedication to supporting student success.

His commitment extends to meticulously planning and executing events like the Job Fair Success Series, Graduation Bootcamp, Career Development Week, and the Student Confidence Series. These initiatives offer students invaluable resources and opportunities for their professional development.

He is deeply invested in the individual success of each student, offering personalized one-on-one career advising appointments, engaging classroom presentations, and tailored club presentations for organizations like NOMA, Golden Key, BSU, GSA, SHPE, NSBE, and the SVO. He also expands his influence beyond campus by organizing visits to pivotal industry leaders such as game developer Avalanche Studios taking students out of the classroom and into the workforce.

Moreover, he plays a pivotal role in mentorship and training, guiding students and student workers alike towards their professional aspirations. With a passion for empowering students and a wealth of experience across various sectors, Daniel Reddington embodies the spirit of excellence in career development at New York Institute of Technology, enriching the educational experience and fostering a culture of success.

Recent Projects and Research

  • Led a panel titled "Digital Storytelling: Unveiling the Art of Machinima creation in Halo Infinite" at PAX East 2024. Discussing the nuances of crafting compelling narratives, shaping characters, scripting dialogues, and mastering animation techniques within the Halo Infinite engine.

Courses Taught at New York Tech

  • ETCS 300 Foundations for Success in College of Engineering and Computing Sciences Co-op
  • IDSP 099 Skills for College Success II

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