skip navigational linksDOL Seal - Link to DOL Home Page
Photos representing the workforce - Digital Imagery© copyright 2001 PhotoDisc, Inc.
www.dol.gov/odep
September 23, 2008    DOL Home > ODEP > Talent for a Winning Team   

National Technical Institute for the Deaf: Preparing Students for Careers in High-Demand Technical Fields

Image of T. Alan Hurwitz, Ed. D., CEO and Dean, National Technical Institute for the DeafThe National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID) is one of eight colleges of the Rochester Institute of Technology in New York state. NTID’s career-focused degree programs prepare deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals for careers in high-demand technical fields. Nearly 92 percent of the institute’s graduates entering the workforce have found employment in business, industry, government, education and other professional fields. Graduates include engineers working to reconstruct levees in New Orleans, vice presidents at telecommunications companies, financial analysts for Fortune 500 companies, executive directors of nonprofit organizations, and intelligence experts at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. In 2006, the Secretary of Labor and ODEP recognized NTID with a New Freedom Initiative Award for demonstrating exemplary and innovative efforts in furthering the employment and workplace environment for people with disabilities.

View All Profiles

Profile for October 1, 2007 Profile for October 2, 2007 Profile for October 3, 2007 Profile for October 4, 2007 Profile for October 5, 2007 Profile for October 8, 2007 Profile for October 9, 2007 Profile for October 10, 2007 Profile for October 11, 2007 Profile for October 12, 2007 Profile for October 15, 2007 Profile for October 16, 2007 Profile for October 17, 2007 Profile for October 18, 2007 Profile for October 19, 2007 Profile for October 22, 2007 Profile for October 23, 2007 Profile for October 24, 2007 Profile for October 25, 2007 Profile for October 26, 2007 Profile for October 29, 2007 Profile for October 30, 2007 Profile for October 31, 2007



Phone Numbers