PRLog - July 26, 2011 - NEW YORK -- New York, July 26, 2011: As the nation’s unemployment rate continues to swell, St. Luke AME Church in Harlem, NY (http://www.stlukeamenyc.org)
TCI College of Technology has the unique distinction of being founded by a Nobel Prize winner, Guglielmo Marconi, who was the co-winner of the Nobel Prize in physics in 1909. The founding of the college by a celebrated scientist remains a fundamental part of the College’s identity.
As the second largest two-year private college in the New York Metropolitan area, TCI provides 20 Associate Degree programs in day and evening sessions to over 4,500 students, which includes both traditional, college-age and older students. For the past several years, an annual survey published by Community College Week, the independent newspaper of community, technical and junior colleges, has ranked TCI among the top three colleges nationwide in the number of engineering-
TCI is also accredited by both the New York State Board of Regents and the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. Very few colleges have this distinction.
For more information about the partnership between St. Luke AME Church and TCI College of Technology call St. Luke AME Church Pastor Melvin Wilson at (917) 805-5321. All media inquires should be directed to Leslie Patterson-Tyler at (609) 247-2632.
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