NYCEDC and Fordham University today announced the newest class of NYC Venture Fellows, an annual, year-long program to help emerging entrepreneurs from around the world to grow or expand their businesses in New York through executive-level mentoring and exclusive networking opportunities.
Webster Avenue is a major thoroughfare in the Bronx, extending from the neighborhoods of Melrose to Woodlawn. This plan focuses on transforming the area between Fordham Road and Gun Hill Road into a vibrant mixed-use district that serves the needs of culturally diverse neighborhoods and world-class institutions.
NYCEDC and the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) announced the winners of NYC Generation Tech, a program designed to educate and inspire high school students from disadvantaged areas across New York City to pursue careers in entrepreneurship and technology.
On Friday, December 7th from 12 - 1 PM, NYCEDC Entrepreneur at Large Steve Rosenbaum will break some new ground and hold the first of what promises to be regular Office Hours. But since we're all about tech, he's going to do it online—Virtual Office Hours—using Google Hangouts.
College students, get a firsthand look at exciting startup careers in New York City! Tech@NYC is touring some of the nation’s top colleges and universities to provide computer science and engineering students with the inside scoop on NYC’s booming tech scene.
Attention jobseekers! NYCEDC and partner SUNY Levin Institute are currently accepting applications for the twelfth series of JumpStart NYC, a program that helps out-of-work professionals transition to new careers and industries in NYC.