NYIT Offers Technology-Focused Summer Programs
New York Institute of Technology (NYIT), a member of the Business Council of Westchester, is once again offering its annual career-oriented summer programs for high school students at its Columbus Circle campus in Manhattan. These programs, known collectively as NYIT Academy, begin as early as July 9, with the last session ending on August 3. Sessions, which last between one and four weeks and which award college credit, include deep dives into architecture; graphic design, 3-D animation, and game design; and engineering and technology.
|Learn more about NYIT’s summer programs for high school students.
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