The LifeSci NYC Internship Program held its pre-internship “boot camp”— a four-day intensive training program—right after Memorial Day. The program was held at CUSP, NYU’s Center for Urban Science and Progress, located on NYU Tandon School of Engineering’s campus in Brooklyn.
NYCEDC’s success hinges on connecting with the neighborhoods we serve. That’s why the Government and Community Relations team has made community engagement a priority. We want Inwood residents—and residents throughout the City—to understand the various resources made available through the City of New York.
Today marks the opening of the third application period for the International Innovators Initiative (IN2NYC), a City-led program that helps international entrepreneurs expand or relocate their businesses to New York City by facilitating collaborative partnerships that qualify them to apply for cap-exempt H-1B visas.
With the launch of Futureworks NYC, a key component of the Mayor’s Industrial Action Plan, NYCEDC is bringing a robust suite of programming to the advanced manufacturing community in New York City. This weekend Futureworks Incubator will be in action at Maker Faire in Corona, NY, showcasing the innovative products of over two dozen startups in its cohort.