To celebrate the end of another academic year and the beginning of summer our crew shared their summer plans and favorite Tech@NYU memories. Check ’em out below and remember you can meet many of these great people through Office Hours!
Victoria Spann-Burton (President) This summer I’m interning at JP Morgan as a Technology Analyst, and plan to do a lot of bonding with everybody on the E-Board! I’ll also work on personal projects over the summer too and read a lot. My favorite Tech@NYU memory would definitely be running Freshman Circuit and hanging out with the most amazing students ever.
New York, NY — April 6, 2017
Tech@NYU, New York City’s largest student-run technology and entrepreneurship organization, is hosting another edition of its flagship event Startup Week. Get ready for six straight days of hacking, designing, networking, and learning with the best and brightest in NYC tech! The event will start Monday, April 10 with an iOS development workshop and diversity panel, followed by a workshop on virtual reality development on Tuesday. Wednesday will include talks focused on the intersections of social justice and technology. On Thursday, a discussion will be held about the Internet of Things, and then a…
It can be hard to get your footing in the fast-paced world of tech. And we know you may feel alone in your struggle, whether it be with your classes, trying to land a summer internship, or even figuring out what the heck you want to do with your life! We’ve all been there (tbh we’re still there), and that’s okay, because everyone hits a rough patch at one point or another — but we want you to know that Tech@NYU is here to help!
We’d like to present Office Hours, a way for you to meet with fellow NYU…
Fall never felt so 🔥🔥🔥
Words by Jasmyn Holmes-Spruell
It’s midterm season, y’all. And whether you’ve just finished up or you’re right in the middle of all the stress that comes with midterm-ing, you deserve a break. What better way to take a break than to join us for Startup Week? Yes, Startup Week is back at it again with a week’s worth of workshops and conferences and discussions on all things tech! Here’s why you should check it out…
**Words by our new e-board member Jasmyn Holmes-Spruell**
Ahhh, it’s that time of year again. No, we’re not talking about Starbucks bringing the PSL back, Halloween being around the corner, or sweater weather. To be fair, it’s definitely not the last one because the weather cannot seem to make up its mind. Nope, it’s none of those three — it’s time for the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing! Our very own Tech@NYU gals fly out today to be a part of this commemoration of women taking technology by the reigns.
It is the world’s largest technical conference for…
Hackathon season is about to be well under way, with the fall semester especially notorious for the simultaneous job fairs and intensity of seasoned hackathon veterans. I remember my first hackathon: it was my sophomore year of college, just six months after I decided to study computer science, at Princeton University. …
“Spring passes and one remembers one’s innocence.
Summer passes and one remembers one’s exuberance.”
Ah, that time of the year when college students, undergraduate and graduate, pursue their dreams by either doing a brand name internship, traveling to a new and exciting city, vacationing in an exotic location or, if you’re lucky, doing all three.
That being said we figure we take a moment and let our community know what our plans are until the Fall 2016 semester begins.
Jordan YR (Marketing Lead)
Saying goodbye is hard, so we think of this as a temporary pause in our usually constant communication. Our E-board is now left with five less extraordinary students, but on a positive note the tech world has five extraordinary college graduates who will undoubtedly let their talents shine.
Since we are on the topic of shining moments, we decided to ask each member what their fondest memory was being on Tech@NYU’s E-board.