Special Opportunities

Special Opportunities

Internship and Research Opportunities

PRISM: The PRISM Undergraduate Research Program provides students with the opportunity to engage in long-term, close mentoring relationships with faculty who provide training, personal and career advisement, and professional encouragement.

Application deadline is March 1st. 

CUNY Tech Prep: is a year long full stack JavaScript program for CUNY computer science majors to learn in-demand technologies, master professional soft skills, and land great tech jobs in NYC.
CTP application is open now through March.

Purdue University Summer Research Opportunities program (SROP ): SROP is a gateway to graduate education at Big Ten universities. The program helps prepare undergraduates for graduate study through intensive research experiences with faculty mentors and through enrichment activities. More information here.
Application deadline is March 1st.

Coop Careers: COOP closes the social capital gap by recruiting and investing deeply in diverse, low-income, and first-generation grads from the City University of New York, San Francisco State, and other urban public colleges. COOP’s flagship program is the Digital Apprenticeship. Peer cohorts of 16 motivated, underemployed grads meet nightly for 16 weeks (200 hours) to learn technical skills, build community, and jumpstart careers in digital marketing and data analytics.
Fall 2020 Application opens in March.

CUNY Tutor Corps: The CUNY Tutor Corps in Math and Computer Science brings students from CUNY colleges into middle and high school classrooms, helping them become highly effective tutors and teaching assistants in the mathematics and computer science classrooms of 180 schools by 2020.  The Tutor Corps is a partnership between CUNY, the Office of the Mayor, New York City Department of Education (DOE), and others.
Tutor Corps Application deadline is July 1st. 
Tutor Corps Summer Program deadline is April 30th.

Networking Opportunities

Computer Science Society: John Jay Club. Provides students with the skills, resources, motivation, and training necessary to become successful leaders in the computer science world. More information here. 

Women Who Code: Largest and most active community of engineers dedicated to inspiring women to excel in technology careers.  More information here.

NYC Brain-Computer Interface: We are a meetup dedicated to advancing knowledge about Brain Computer Interface hardware, techniques and methodologies within the NYC area. A major cornerstone of this Meetup will be revolving projects that we will have week to week. The projects in this meetup will pertain to BCI applications and analysis of BCI data but we also will have speakers from time to time. More information here.

The hive NYC: Hive NYC, formerly known as Health Care Social Network (HCSN), is an exclusive community for healthcare and health related professionals that is created to bring likeminded people together through a social platform. The origin of HCSN was built on the idea of cultivating a community that would foster the exchanges of ideas, creating innovative solutions and opportunities. More information here.

AngularNYC: AngularNYC was created with the goal of sharing Angular knowledge and best-practices as well as providing a space where people can meet up and chat with others working with Angular. More information here.

Professional Organizations
Forensic Science
Computer Science