The League Mentorship

A pilot program that fosters student–mentor relationships between City Tech architecture students and practicing architects in New York.

The League Mentorship is made possible by architect mentors who make a commitment to meet with a participating architecture student from the New York City College of Technology (City Tech) to share professional experiences and advice as well as to offer guidance as students prepare for a career in architecture. The program identifies City Tech students and practicing professionals in New York City with similar interests and brings them together in a student-mentor relationship.

The League Mentorship:

  • Prepares architecture students for professional life after college
  • Creates an opportunity for professional architects to share their expertise with a new generation of aspiring practitioners
  • Provides realistic career expectations to students
  • Fosters connection between professionals and students of diverse social, economic, and cultural backgrounds

About New York City College of Technology

New York City College of Technology’s Architectural Technology program, the only one of its kind in the CUNY system, focuses on all aspects of design, documentation and construction of building projects.

The program includes a four-year baccalaureate degree (B.Tech) program and an associate degree program (AAS). It was recently granted initial candidacy status by the NAAB for a five year Bachelors of Architecture degree (B.Arch). Graduates of the program work in a variety of positions for private firms and public agencies.

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September 7, 2018

Rogers Partners

Join Rogers Partners for a First Friday gathering at its Tribeca office.

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