Alumni Association News & Events
- City Tech Alumna Balances Career and Family Aspirations
- Why Christmas Came Early for this City Tech Grad
- Alumna’s Memoir Recounts How City Tech Helped Change Her Life
- Alumni Association Elects Officers at 2007 Annual Meeting
- Ebow Dadzie '03 Named 2007 Pastry Chef of the Year
- Celebrity Chef Michael Lomonaco ’84 Named ‘Alum of the Year’
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Whoever said, “You can’t have it all,” hasn’t met City Tech alumna Angela Hines. She balanced raising five children with studying to become a lawyer. “I just knew that if I kept moving forward one step at a time, eventually I’d reach my goal,” she says.
Thomas Cavagnaro’s Halloween this year was anything but frightful. A 2007 graduate of New York City College of Technology’s baccalaureate program in architectural technology, Cavagnaro took top honors in a nationwide Halloween costume contest. The top contenders were guests on the October 31, 2007, “Live with Regis & Kelly” show on ABC, during which Cavagnaro was named winner and presented with a five-figure check for his first place finish. This made the occasion seem more like Christmas than Halloween.
Dr. Janet Avery's recently published memoir discusses how her City Tech experience helped shape her future.
The New York City College of Technology Alumni Association re-elected its sitting president and elected both a new vice president and secretary at its 2007 Annual Meeting on September 19.
A tip of the toque to alumnus Ebow Dadzie (’03) who is rapidly becoming one of the most accomplished pastry chefs to come out of the Borough of Brooklyn.