green advanced manufacturing collaborative

New York City College of Technology is offering credit-level programs to individuals interested in pursuing a career in NYC's revitalized manufacturing sector - in industries critical for US competitiveness and economic growth.

Students will receive credit-bearing Industry Recognized Credentials (8-12 month program) leading to an Associate Degree in the field of Green Advanced Manufacturing, drawing on City Tech's:

  • State-of-the-art labs and equipment

  • Curriculum based on industry-established standards

  • Faculty experts from the College's Department of Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Design Technology

Program participants can work and/or attend college part-time or full-time and be provided with:
  • Free college tuition and textbooks

  • Educational planning and career mapping

  • Rigorous college prep courses (English, math, skills for college success)

  • On-demand academic advisement, counseling, tutoring, and open-lab access

  • Certificates of Program Completion for Credentials in Industrial Design & Green Manufacturing (16 credits); Credentials in Advanced Industrial Design & Green Technology (26 credits); both credentials leading to an Associate of Applied Science in Industrial Design Technology (60 credits); and Associate of Applied Science in Mechanical Engineering Technology (64 credits)

  • Job placement assistance in careers with high paying salaries

  • Skills upgrading for career advancement/promotion

  • Secure a place on the path to a successful career with the help of City Tech's strong coalition of industry, business and community partners

Program Start Date and Upcoming Open houses

AM Session

8:30AM-10AM: General Program Information

10AM-12:30PM: Program Applicant Seminar and Next Steps

February 20, 2014


PM Session

4:30PM-6PM: General Program Information

6PM-8:30PM: Program Applicant Seminar and Next Steps

February 11, 2014
February 25, 2014

Reservation is required.

Attendance by invitation only. Please note that attendees should plan to stay for both the General Program Information and Program Applicant Seminar. To RSVP or for more information call: 718-552-1150 or email