“Nearly two-thirds of graduating seniors from the Class of 2013 took part in an internship or a cooperative education assignment during their years pursuing a bachelor’s degree, according to results of NACE’s 2013 Student Survey.”

Stanley E. Michels Health Careers Scholarship

The Columbia/CUNY Health Careers Scholarship Awards Program, newly renamed The Stanley E. Michels Health Careers Scholarship, was established in 1995 to increase the number of low-income north Manhattan residents who wanted careers in the medical field. The program provides up to $12,500 in financial support for CUNY students who successfully complete its medical laboratory technology, radiological technology, and occupational and physical therapy programs.

Career Services Association of CUNY

The Career Services Association of CUNY (CSAC) is the professional association of career professionals who work in the City University of New York (CUNY). The mission of CSAC is to provide a forum for career service staff to share information, to provide in-service training for its members, and to serve as a liaison between the campus career centers, employers, parents, students, and the CUNY Central Office.


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Women and Non-traditional Employment Opportunities Forum

For more than 90 years, the United States Department of Labor Women’s Bureau, has been meeting its mandate by: identifying, researching and analyzing the topics working women care about most; pioneering innovative policies and programs to address them; and enhancing public education and outreach efforts to raise awareness on key issues and developments affecting women in the workforce.

On Thursday, March 30, 2017, be our guest and dialogue with women in the building trades in New York City and advocates.

Topic covered will include:

  • History of the tradeswomen movement in New York City
  • Female participation and leadership in the building trades
  • Current efforts by tradeswomen and advocates to build awareness of women in the trades
  • Organizing to support both recruitment and retention of women in the trades

If you are interested in pursuing careers in the trades or advocacy sphere come out and build your network!

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Please rsvp at: https://goo.gl/forms/HwEkYiA9Hdz5VE0E3

For additional information contact: CareerServices@cuny.edu
Phone: 646-664-8807

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