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City Tech Alumni Relations

City Tech Alumni Relations

Official Page of the NYC College of Technology Alumni Association

Catch up with friends and make new ones at the famous 80's-era inspired Culture Club on Thursday, Oct. 16, 2014 from 7pm to 12am

Have you met the City Tech Alumni Association Board? To learn more about the board and its members, visit our website at www.citytech.cuny...

City Tech alumnus shares his journey from NYC graffiti artist to internationally recognized abstract expressionist painter. Samuel E Vázquez Thurs, Oct. 2, 2014 6:30pm Atrium Amphitheater, Room AG30

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City Tech discount on WIBO's, "How to Build a Growing Profitable Business - Promo code:CITYTECH20

City Tech offers Continuing Education course in Anesthesia/Analgesia on July 19, 20, 26 and 27.

Job Posting - Administrative Director of Social Services

Job Posting - Assistant Commissioner of Policy, Planning and Operations

Newest Alumni Benefit - Zipcar Discount. .

2013 City Tech Annual Meeting Invitation for all City Tech Alumni Association Members

We have bought back an in-demand benefit for the third time! Sign up to take a discounted 6-hour Defensive Driving course that can help lower your auto insurance premium and remove up to 4 points from your driving record!

A group of City Tech alumni posing beneath the Brooklyn Bridge for a College advertisement in 1986.

The 300 Jay Street Building

On May 14, 1985, President Schwerin and Borough President Hower Golder, together with community representatives and members of the CUNY Board of Trustee, wielded shovels to begin the Master Plan construction.

Student's children celebrate a birthday at our Children's Center, the on-campus licensed day care center, under the supervision of teacher-director Ida Fels.

Members of warly falculty and staff with President Sussman and Major Namm at the 25th Anneiversary Alumni Gala, March 11, 1972

An aerial view of the College and its environment.

The transformation of 186 Jay Street.

President Bassin and Dr. George Martin Halpern view the demolition work at 250 livington Street, future temporary home of the Graphic Arts Department.

President Klitgord and Mayor Wagner at the 1857 Commencement.

Dr. Isarael (center) in a Labor Day parade of the 1960s.

At the College's traditional "November Affair," President Klitgord congrad ulates the Queen and her court.