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For Employers

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New York Tech's 100+ tech-focused degree programs and areas of specialization prepare students for jobs of the future, give them an edge in the marketplace, and help them grow as people, citizens, and professionals. Our nearly 8,000 students representing 72 countries and 40 states become engaged, technologically savvy physicians, architects, scientists, engineers, business leaders, digital artists, healthcare professionals, and more.

Secure the talent you need, when you need it. Whether you need assistance with a small or large project, you are looking to recruit interns or employees, or you wish to collaborate on research or community impact projects, we can help.

Ways to Connect

Post a Job or Internship on Handshake


Use Handshake to post jobs/internships, search and collect resumes, schedule interviews, and register for career events.

Posting on Handshake is easy!

  • Login by creating personal account tied to your organization.
  • Complete a simple employer profile.
  • Begin posting jobs.

Paying Interns

By law, most for-profit businesses must pay interns at least a minimum hourly wage. Students register and pay for internship courses, for which they complete academic assignments and earn a grade. Students intern with companies and are paid for the work they do for the companies. Many people confuse compensation for credits, but students earn academic credits for the completion of academic course assignments, and they earn compensation for the work they do on the job for a company.


Please Note: Although you may begin to list jobs immediately, all job and internship opportunities must be approved by the Office of Career Success and Experiential Education before being posted on the site, usually within two business days. For questions, email



Consultants for the Public Good is New York Tech's skills- and project-based volunteer program that promotes projects from non-profit community partners to the New York Tech community of pro-bono consultants.

Through Consultants for the Public Good, New York Tech students, faculty, staff, and alumni can help you achieve your organization's goals on a pro-bono basis. You may have multiple consulting teams working on different projects, and the volunteer work can be done on site or remotely.

To learn more and post a consultancy, see Consultants for the Public Good.

Join a Career Fair


Career Success and Experiential Education holds career fairs and employer recruiting events each spring and fall semester. Events can be held in-person and remotely. For more information, contact Employer Relations at


Host an Employer Meetup


Visit our New York City or Long Island campus to meet and recruit students for internships and full-time positions. Sessions are free, last one hour, and are held Tuesday–Thursday, from 1–2 p.m. or between 4–6 p.m.

Fall Employer Meetups run from mid-September through mid-November and Spring Employer Meetups from February through late April.

Questions? Contact us at

Become an Employer Partner


There are many ways to increase your visibility, promote your organization, and recruit New York Tech talent. When you become an Employer Partner, our employer relations team will work with you to create a customized plan to help you connect with the right talent.

Student Engagement

We can help arrange targeted hosting and sponsorship opportunities including:

  • Lunch n' Learn programs and presentations
  • Employer meetups
  • Workshops and training sessions
  • Career fairs and networking events
  • Challenge events
  • Mock interview sessions
  • On-site student visits
  • A-thons (Hack-a-thons, Business-a-thons, Media-a-thons)

Digital and print promotion

We can also offer promotional opportunities to help you get your company's name in front of students, including:

  • Social media posts (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram).
  • Name and logo placement on digital screens on New York Tech Manhattan and Long Island campuses.
  • Name and logo placement on New York Tech career guides (over 6,000 per year).

For more information on how to become an employer partner, contact Lynn Hart at

On-Campus Recruitment and Employer Information Sessions


Offered in one-hour increments from 12 – 5 p.m. Monday – Thursday during the following weeks:

  • September 24 – November 16
  • February 11 – April 12 (excluding spring break March 18 – 22)


Spend the day with us on campus. Meet students, professional student clubs and faculty related to your industry. Host a resume review, information session or informal interviews.

Tabling Event

Increase your brand awareness with a table in a high traffic student area for up to a four-hour period. Bring give a way swag, sign-up sheets, and one or two representatives.

Mock Interview Day

Critique student job seekers on interview skills, industry knowledge and professional image. Sessions are organized by industry cluster. Bring company materials to share with students.

Host New York Tech On-Tour

Invite a small group of students (15-30) to tour your office/facility to experience your company culture. We will work with you to customize this event with the right cohort of students.

Employer MeetUp

This 90 minute networking event provides you a space to tell your story and give insight into your field, company or role. MeetUps are organized by career cluster and typically attract 30-50 current students and recent graduates.

Hiring International Students

Companies in almost every industry in the U.S. hire international students as employees, recognizing the often excellent qualifications of many F-1 students as well as their retention advantage. Learn more about the benefits of hiring international students.


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Contact Us

Need help finding the right candidate? Email our on-campus recruiting team at