TTP Residency @ Hunter College

A three month program designed to deliver qualified tech talent to local employers and short-term professional experiences to competitive Hunter College undergraduates.

In partnership with The NYC Tech Talent Pipeline, Hunter College connects qualified, upper-level computer science candidates with NYC businesses looking to host short-term, on-site opportunities for emerging technical talent in roles like:
  • Front end development
  • Back end development
  • Mobile development
  • Quality assurance
  • Test development

If you're interested in learning more about hosting a TTP resident, please contact Elise Harris at eh1782@hunter dot cuny dot edu.
Here are the dates for our next round. We are also looking to build relationships for other, future internships, so please complete our interest form even after this cycle ends.
    Applications for summer 2019 internships open: Feb 4, 2019
  • Applications close: March 4, 2019
  • Candidate interviews begin: Late March 2019
  • Residency starts: Late June 2019
  • Residency ends: Late August 2019
  • Hours per week: 35
  • Cost of hosting a resident: Free!

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About TTP Residency @ Hunter College
The TTP Residency @ Hunter College is a semester-long program designed to deliver qualified tech talent to local employers and short-term professional opportunities to competitive NYC undergraduates.

A partnership between the NYC Tech Talent Pipeline and Hunter College, TTP Residency @ Hunter College gathers valuable feedback from host businesses to better align tech education with the workforce needs of NYC employers.

About CUNY 2x and The NYC Tech Talent Pipeline
CUNY 2x Tech is an initiative of the City of New York that aims by 2022 to double the number of graduates from the City University of New York (CUNY) with tech Bachelor’s degrees ready to compete for tech jobs in NYC.

NYC Tech Talent Pipeline is a $10 million public-private partnership, launched by Mayor Bill de Blasio in May 2014 to support the growth of the NYC tech sector and prepare New Yorkers across the five boroughs for 21st century jobs. The Tech Talent Pipeline works with public and private partners to define employer needs, develop and test training and education solutions, and scale what works throughout the City, delivering quality talent for the City’s businesses and quality jobs for New Yorkers.

About Hunter
Hunter College, located in the heart of Manhattan, is the largest college in the City University of New York (CUNY). Founded in 1870, it is also one of the oldest public colleges in the country. More than 23,000 students currently attend Hunter, pursuing undergraduate and graduate degrees in more than 170 areas of study.

About CUNY
CUNY colleges offer a seemingly infinite array of academic programs taught by award-winning faculty, as well as sports, internships, scholarships and community service opportunities found on campuses throughout New York City’s five boroughs. CUNY’s combination of quality academics, remarkable affordability, financial support and the convenience of 25 modern campuses offers a remarkable educational experience.