A semester-long program designed to deliver qualified tech talent to local employers and short-term professional experiences to competitive College of Staten Island undergraduates.
In partnership with the NYC Tech Talent Pipeline (TTP), the College of Staten Island connects qualified,
upper-level computer science candidates with NYC businesses looking to host short-term, on-site opportunities for emerging technical talent in roles like:
If you're an employer interested in hosting a TTP resident, please fill out a form below.
For more info, please email Sabine.Salandy@csi.cuny.edu.
Tech Talent Pipeline (TTP) Residency @ College of Staten Island applications are now open to students who have passed or currently enrolled in Data Structures (CSC 326). We encourage students to work on personal projects and practice applying data structures and algorithms skills. Please be sure to revise your resumes, cover letters and LinkedIn accounts.
Applications are now closed.
About TTP Residency @ College of Staten Island
Tech Talent Pipeline (TTP) Residency is a semester-long program designed to provide on-the-job experience to competitive undergraduates, connect local employers to local talent, and deliver industry feedback to inform curricular content throughout New York City schools.
TTP Residency connects qualified computer science majors with NYC businesses and serves to further align college-level curricula with employer needs. Students enroll in TTP Residency during their junior year where they participate in a pre-internship training that provides web development and soft-skill curricula. Upon completion of the training, participants begin a paid internship at leading NYC businesses in web, mobile developer or software engineering roles and connection to job opportunities post-graduation.
About CUNY 2x and the NYC Tech Talent Pipeline
CUNY 2x Tech is an initiative of the City of New York that aims by 2022 to double the number of graduates from the City University of New York (CUNY) with tech Bachelor’s degrees ready to compete for tech jobs in NYC.
NYC Tech Talent Pipeline is a $10 million public-private partnership, launched by Mayor Bill de Blasio in May 2014 to support the growth of the NYC tech sector and prepare New Yorkers across the five boroughs for 21st century jobs. The Tech Talent Pipeline works with public and private partners to define employer needs, develop and test training and education solutions, and scale what works throughout the City, delivering quality talent for the City’s businesses and quality jobs for New Yorkers.
About College of Staten Island
The College of Staten Island is a four-year, senior college of The City University of New York providing exceptional opportunities to all of its students and offering undergraduate and graduate degrees as well as certificate and continuing education programs. CSI is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.
CSI’s academic year follows a two-semester pattern, with a separate summer and winter session. Classes are scheduled days, evenings, and weekends. The College has an extensive Continuing Education program and offers off-campus courses with and without credit.