New York on Tech

By 2020, one million technology jobs will go unfilled, yet fewer than 10% of NYC schools offer computer science education. New York on Tech works to create pathways towards degrees and careers in technology for low-income, underserved students in New York City by providing after-school computer science classes taught by software engineers who volunteer from major tech firms.  Students who excel are eligible for paid summer internships at companies that include: AOL, Deutsche Bank, BNY Mellon, Warby Parker, and Google. 

Fast Facts:

  • 100% of NYOT graduates in 2016 received admission into a four year college/university degree program.
  • NYOT programs take place at companies and are taught by the software engineers of these organizations. In the 2016 – 2017 school year, there are operating at three sites: Google, General Assembly and 360i.
  • 95% of participants agree or strongly agree that NYOT was one of the most valuable academic, personal or professional development experiences they’ve ever had.