Success Stories

Employers say...

"NTID students exhibit a level of job preparedness that far surpasses most of the other colleges I have visited. The students clearly posses the requisite knowledge and skills to enter the workforce."
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On co-op as a machinist at Gleason Works, Connor Fitzgerald used what he learned in his NTID courses to get up and running quickly and was offered and accepted a full-time job.
On co-op at Merck, Michelle Mailhot used her lab science skill set to learn even more about her chosen field.
Working with mentors on a challenging summer project at GEICO gave Benjamin Polstra the opportunity to accept a fulltime job.
On co-op, Curtis Martin applied his design and imaging technology training and enjoyed a number of new experiences that helped him build a professional portfolio to share with potential employers.
Marlet Mancera credits her co-op with providing her with business knowledge and skills in business communication.
Hard work on co-op and in his classes helped land Christopher Robinson a job after graduation.
The popularity of Jasmine Zambrano Oregel's packaging science major will make it possible for her to work almost anywhere in the world.
Lakeishia Brown’s electrical engineering major challenged her to be more motivated and more persistent.
RIT’s MIS program and its successful job placement rate motivated Patrick Seypura to enroll and succeed.