Creating and Sustaining Student Experiences for Future-Relevant Careers

Tuesday, March 19 | 11:30AM–12:15PM ET | Room 554
Session Type: Breakout Session
Delivery Format: Interactive Presentation
Technology is evolving more rapidly than ever, so how do we in the educational IT industry ensure that our students are prepared with future-relevant skills? This interactive presentation will feature New York University IT's Operations Technology Services and Support (OTSS) team, who will discuss their experience creating and sustaining student experiences for future-relevant careers in both the postsecondary and K–12 spaces. These experiences include both community outreach programs and student employment programs, with the focus on building knowledge, skills, and experience for software design and development and project management.

Outcomes: Learn how to create a student employment experience in your school that prepares students for future-relevant careers * Identify opportunities in your community to lead a project-based educational program for K–12 students * Understand ways to work with industry leaders to expand opportunities and keep learning current


  • Meenakshi Baker

    Executive Director, Strategy and Planning, New York University
  • James Walsh

    Product Designer, NYU IT, New York University

Resources & Downloads

  • Slides Creating and Sustaining Student Experiences for FutureRelevant Careers NERCOMP 2019

    Updated on 11/26/2019