NYC TECH TALENT PIPELINE ACADEMIC COUNCIL

JANUARY 2017 COMMITMENT UPDATE

Delivering on the Mayor's bold vision requires an effective pipeline - one that spans K-12, higher education, and workforce - that is heavily reliant upon a strong network of local colleges equipped to deliver quality, industry-informed technology education at scale. In May 2016, members of the NYC Tech Talent Pipeline Academic Council announced commitments to further develop pathways for New Yorkers to tech careers. The following is an update on progress made towards realizing these goals.

The following academic institutions have committed to working with the NYC Tech Talent Pipeline to ensure the alignment of computer science education and tech workforce needs across the five boroughs. Borough of Manhattan Community College, The City College of New York, College of Staten Island, The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Columbia University, Cornell Tech, Hunter College, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, LaGuardia Community College, Lehman College, Macaulay Honors College, New York City College of Technology, NYU Tandon School of Engineering, Pace University, Pratt Institute, and Queens College.

The following academic institutions have committed to working with the NYC Tech Talent Pipeline to ensure the alignment of computer science education and tech workforce needs across the five boroughs.

Borough of Manhattan Community College, The City College of New York, College of Staten Island, The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Columbia University, Cornell Tech, Hunter College, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, LaGuardia Community College, Lehman College, Macaulay Honors College, New York City College of Technology, NYU Tandon School of Engineering, Pace University, Pratt Institute, and Queens College.