Success Stories

Employers say...

"I have been recruiting students for jobs in the federal government for over 25 years, and NTID/RIT has always been at the top of my list. I know that time spent recruiting at NTID/RIT will always be time well spent. "
U.S. Department of Labor
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.
Kim Hoang feels confident about her future in graphic design because her time at RIT/NTID and her co-op have provided the background she needs to be successful.
Museum Studies major Susana Flores enjoys using 21st century technology to preserve manuscripts and images of the distant past.
Christopher Fenn took advantage of his co-op experience at General Electric to leave his comfort zone and try new things.

Using her love for chemistry and math in the Laboratory Science Technology lab led Amie Sankoh to plan a career helping people in her homeland of Sierra Leone.

On co-op, Hugo Perez understood the real value of his studies.