New York City College of Technology’s Fall 2009 Open House, November 8, from 1-4 p.m., in Downtown Brooklyn, is your chance to find out about the enormous opportunities available to students. The Open House will be held in the Klitgord Center Auditorium, 285 Jay Street (at Tillary).
City Tech is the college of technology of The City University of New York, and the largest such public college in the Northeast. Sixty degree and specialized certificate programs and dedicated faculty prepare students for careers in rapidly growing 21st century technologies and related fields.
City Tech prepares students for today and tomorrow’s careers in the technologies of architecture, advertising art and communication design, business and marketing, computer-related fields, engineering, entertainment, graphic arts, healthcare, hospitality, human services, the law-related professions, and career and technology teacher education.
So come tour the campus, meet faculty, students and staff, and learn all about admissions, financial aid and the college’s full range of student support services. All prospective students, including high school seniors or graduates, transfer students, and returning adults and their families are welcome.
For more, call 1-718-260-5250.
©2009 Community News Group
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