Richard Rosario- CSTEP Student Profile

Name: Richard Rosario

Major: Computer Engineering Technology

QCC Graduation Date: Spring/11

What has the CSTEP program meant to you academically & professionally?

The CSTEP program not only assisted me in my academic endeavors, but provided me with additional knowledge that will help me achieve future goals. With internship opportunities, I was able to delve into my field of interest by working with professors whom are also seasoned engineers. The program provided the resources and motivation I needed to succeed.

What are your plans after graduating from Queensborough ? What have you accomplished since you've graduated?
I am currently continuing my studies at a 4-year University, Queens College, combining my interests in medicine and mathematics.

What would you like students to know about the CSTEP Program?
It should be your obligation to actively acquire the resources you need to succeed at Queensborough. The CSTEP program can provide you with these resources.

Ariel Khaimov

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