NCCC Success Stories
I really recommend that potential employers take a good look at this excellent pool of candidates.
University of Michigan
Mechanical Engineering Technology
Mechanical/Process Engineer Intern
My advice to current students of RIT/NTID is to network as soon as possible for work opportunities that are relevant to your interests.
Software Engineering Intern
I highly encourage any current students to get as many resources as they can to increase their chance of securing a co-op. When they have no work/internship experience, it can be pretty tough to secure a full-time job, but don't ever give up.
Choose the right path to pursue, hopefully one that you’ve always wanted, and stay motivated in pursuing that path.
I apply the skills I've learned from working with computers and different kinds of software to my job. Do what you love and you will lead a much happier and more fulfilling life.
Don't be afraid to ask for help and ask questions! Keep pursuing your achievements and always believe in yourself!
Clerical Assistant and Stage Manager
My major is Business Administration and it perfectly matches with my co-op. It was a good experience for me to learn the basics of how a business operates and allowed me to seek more opportunities related to my major.
Interior Design Intern
Take advantage of every opportunity that comes your way! I am in my last semester, and looking back I am so happy I said yes as often as I did.
Design and Imaging Technology
Social Media and Photographer
I realized that this school is perfect for me. I learned a lot about myself at RIT/NTID and I encourage everyone who is attending to meet as many people as they can and to be as involved. There is so much to do at RIT/NTID!
UX/UI Research Assistant
I met a lot of great friends and people at RIT/NTID, and I learned a lot from them. Graduating RIT/NTID will help me step up and be more confident about myself as a deaf person.
Business Administrative Analyst
When searching for an internship, finding a company in your field and with a culture that fits your ideals and goals is very important. It is also very important to challenge yourself to go out of your comfort zone and gain more valuable experience.
Program Cost Scheduler and Control Analyst
Working on simulators in class has helped me prepare to a real work scenario, as well as learning from professors and their experiences.
Civil Engineering Technology
RIT/NTID is a wonderful place to find your fit. You will find success as a student with all of the resources and support that RIT/NTID provides.
Engineering Studies - MECE
Bryan's advice is to stay on top of your academics, but at the same time: ENJOY College!
Mechanical Engineering - MECE-BS
Campus Intern, R&D and Engineer/Technician
Marcus Clark dives into a hands-on experience with Dow, learning a variety of career skills as an engineer, technician, and data analyst among other roles.
Web and Mobile Computing
Information Technology Intern
Computing and Information Technologies
Technical Intern at Fidelity Investments
Mahin's advice is to sell yourself by showing the skills and knowledge you received in your job or co-op interviews.
Design and Imaging Technology
Graphic Design Intern
Katelyn's advice for the students who are in the design program is to be open to feedback.
Biomedical Engineering - B.S.
Charles Hem learned a lot on his co-op in automation engineering with Merck, Inc.
Film and Animation
Intern at NASA Glenn Research Center
Keara's advice is not to be afraid to ask for help if you're stuck on a project.
3D Graphics Technology
Motion Capture Team 2020
Andrea's advice is to be open-minded when learning and to try new things. In every position there is room for growth and improvement.