Solve problems, work with cutting-edge equipment, develop essential skills, and build a career!
ASAP supports even more STEM majors. Why does this matter? Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics are four words that spell high demand in the workplace! Check out a few of the unique opportunities and majors available to STEM students at CUNY, and speak with your ASAP Advisor or Career and Employment Specialist to learn more.
“STEM careers cover everything from civil engineering to accounting. Professionals in these fields work in labs, clinics, offices, and classrooms. U.S. News has provided “The 25 Best STEM Jobs for 2017.” Explore the various jobs in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
The CUNY Tech MeetUp puts CUNY and its community of students, alumni, faculty, and friends front and center in New York City’s growing tech sector. Visit the MeetUp page to learn about future convenings and unique opportunities.
CUNY Techworks is a US Department of Labor federally funded initiative of CUNY’s Office of Continuing Education and Workforce Programs. Its mission is to connect underrepresented and low-income New Yorkers to the growing number of opportunities in New York City’s thriving tech sector.
New to entreprenuership? Have an idea? CUNY Startups will set you on the right path. CUNY Startups is a university-wide initiative to assist students in starting their own businesses, creating jobs and stimulating small business growth in NYC. CUNY Startups takes you from idea to ready for launch.
STEM Major Snapshot
Be sure to check out all approved majors on the site of the CUNY ASAP campus that you plan to attend.
- Video Arts and Technology
- Electrical Engineering
- Food Studies
- Digital Design and Animation
- Digital Music
- Game Design
- Mechanical Engineering
- New Media Technology
What are our ASAP STEM students doing?
Yueli Chen came to America from China in 2011, and enrolled at Queensborough in the fall of 2013. She took English as a second language classes in the CLIP program and was accepted into the ASAP program after one-year of study. Yueli’s ASAP advisor, Ms. Danielle Izzo, guided her from entry to graduation. Since joining ASAP, she’s been a Phi Theta Kappa/USA Today All-New York Scholar, and worked with the Center of Materials Science and Sustainability at Boise State University, conducting research under…Read more>>