New York Institute of Technology



New York Institute of Technology offers 90 degree programs, including undergraduate, graduate, and professional degrees, in more than 50 fields of study, including architecture and design; arts and sciences; education; engineering and computing sciences; health professions; management; and medicine. A non-profit, independent, private, and nonsectarian institution of higher education, New York Tech has more than 10,000 students worldwide. Since 1955, New York Tech has pursued its mission to:

Students engage in real-world, hands-on experiences and work with award-winning faculty in fields ranging from engineering to education, arts to architecture, and management to medicine.

  • Provide career-oriented professional education
  • Give all qualified students access to opportunity
  • Support applications-oriented research that benefits the larger world
Our 9,000 students representing nearly all 50 states and 100 countries at campuses around the world become engaged, technologically savvy physicians, architects, scientists, engineers, business leaders, digital artists, health care professionals, and more.
3,271 Impacts | 16,347 Hours | 466,539 Total Economic Impact

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Volunteer Opportunities



Welcome! NYIT Project Catwalk of Northport Cat Rescue Association (NCRA) a 501 c 3 not for profit cat foster based organization looking for NYIT students to help care for feral cats on the Old Westbury campus.
Activities/Skills/Goals for PCW Club members include but are not limited to:
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*Cat Feeding& Colony care taking
*TNR-cat trapping
*Building Cat Shelters & Feeding stations
*Setting up a NYIT Project Catwalk Web Site
*Fundraising events
*Feral kitten socialization/adoption
*Free Educational Classes
*Food Drives
*Advocacy & Community organizing around feral cat welfare
On Thursday, April 15, 2021 We are asking NYIT students to run a Pet Food Drive for Project Catwalk to help feed the cats on the Old Westbury campus. Any interested students please email, Prof. Don Kershan, for details.
It took me three hours to complete my service learning.
Service-learning Students

Please take note of this information to prepare for any impact the Coronavirus (COVID-19) may have on your service-learning placement. Experiential Education will be in touch with your service-learning instructors and site supervisors to find alternatives to direct service, should direct service projects be cancelled.

Please do the following:

1. If you aren’t already, keep a log or record of where your progress is on your projects. Make it a Google document and share it with your service-learning instructor and service-learning supervisor so they can access it if need be. This will ensure that projects can continue if your supervisor can’t reach you.

2. Ensure that you receive company-wide emails, robocalls, or other communications so you will be informed if your service placement location closes.

3. Please keep Amy Bravo and your service-learning instructor informed of what is happening at your site with regard to a potential emergency situation.

Lastly, ensure that you are getting New York Tech alerts. All information related to COVID-19 is here:
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I'm really excited for all the good the NYIT community is going to bring to the city!
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