Amit Aharoni’s Profile

Student
Active 2 months, 2 weeks ago
Amit Aharoni
Pronouns
He/Him
About Me
Originally from Israel, moved to NYC in July 23′.
Studying Computer Science, transferred from LSUE (Louisiana State University at Eunice), and planning to transfer to Columbia University in Fall 2024.
I love baking, yoga, and photography. I’ve worked as a photographer for several years, mainly sports companies and personal headshots.
I’ve served in the IDF (Israel Defense Army) for almost six years, as a combat medic at the start and intelligence officer for the rest of my service.
Department
Computer Information Systems
Academic Program
Computer Science, A.S.

Courses

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Communities

BMCC Finance & Banking Club

BMCC Finance & Banking Club

The Finance and Banking Club in discussion format, covers economic developments, finance industry topics and monetary policy: – From a theoretical perspective; – From an historical perspective; – And applies these ideas to current economic issues. Diverse opinions, independent research and active participation are encouraged. Each year, during the fall semester, a team of students, participates in the academic College Fed Challenge Competition, sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of the United States. Our meetings happen online every Wednesday, from 2pm to 4pm. Request membership to receive more info.

OpenLab for Students

OpenLab for Students

OpenLab for Students in a space for students to access information about OpenLab workshops, how to use OpenLab tools and much more! Need support special support? Send an email to openlab@bmcc.cuny.edu. This community is for students only. However, faculty and staff are more than welcome to browse our website!

Phi Theta Kappa Alpha Kappa Chapter

Phi Theta Kappa Alpha Kappa Chapter

Alpha Kappa Chapter at BMCC

Campus Weekly

Campus Weekly

The official website of the SGA Newsletter – Campus Weekly! Subscribe today! https://openlab.bmcc.cuny.edu/groups/campus-weekly/

Student Government Association

Student Government Association

The Student Government Association (SGA) is the voice of every student at BMCC and is devoted to advocating for those issues that will enhance the educational, social, and career development of BMCC students. Meetings: In person / Wednesdays, 4pm / Room S242, Main Building, 2nd floor

Projects

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