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Tech & Finance  Program

Helping minority CUNY college students find tech or finance opportunities

College Students


The Glaelle Mathurin Community Foundation (GMCF) is proud to offer a Tech & Finance program for minority CUNY undergraduate college students. Our Tech & Finance program will provide students with the proper resources, materials and guidance to help them get into their field of study. Selected students will go through a 4-week virtual program during the Fall of 2024. The program will consist of a resume building workshop, mock interview sessions, inspirational DEI talks and networking opportunities with professionals in the Tech and Finance industry. 

Eligibility requirements:

  • Be enrolled full-time as a Sophomore, Junior or Senior at any CUNY College during the 2024-2025 academic school year

  • Be a part of the historically underrepresented group within the Tech & Finance industry

  • Current cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or higher

  • Be either a Software Engineering, Computer Science, or technical related major OR Finance, Accounting, Math or business related major

  • Submit Unofficial College Transcript

  • Submit Two Recommendation Letters 

*Tech Students Only*

  • Submit your Tech Portfolio; examples (GitHub, Deployed link, detailed project deck or demo video, wireframes)

Application closes on Friday, June 7th, 2024


*virtually meeting in the month of October*

Our Sponsors

We are looking for sponsorship. If you are interested in partnering or sponsoring this event, please send us an email at We truly appreciate your support.


We are looking for volunteers for our virtual spring program. If you are interested in volunteering, please send us an email at We truly appreciate your support.

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