Reinvent your future while developing the technology skills employers seek!
With guidance from our expert faculty, students conduct research, work on projects, present at conferences, and excel in competitions to enhance their educational experience. Recent workshops include:
Middle School Summer Maker Academy
This online, weeklong academy is held within New York Tech's on-campus Maker Spaces and the HIVE, and will engage 10-13-year-old students in hands-on workshops designed to teach 3-D modeling and printing, laser cutting/engraving, Arduino programming, and virtual and augmented reality.
(August 8 – 12)
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 to 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.
(July 11 – 15)
Women in Engineering and Technology Day
Are you a high school student who is curious about engineering and technology? Join NYIT College of Engineering and Computing Sciences for a day of empowerment and hands-on engineering, computing science, and technology activities every April.
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