Keuka College student rings NASDAQ opening bell

Keuka College student rings NASDAQ opening bell

Keuka College boasts one of the top five performers in the Fall 2018 ETF Global Portfolio Challenge

Ha “Belle” Nguyen ’20 created a portfolio that generated a return on investment of more than 21% — an especially impressive result considering the market itself fell by 5% during this period.

Ha bested more than 1,000 other students from 253 other schools around the world as part of the Ho Chi Minh City University partnership program with Keuka College.

To celebrate her performance, Ha was flown to New York City to ring the opening bell on the NASDAQ stock exchange. She also received a prestigious award and gave a speech to hundreds of Wall Street industry executives at the Spring 2019 ETP Conference. 

This is not Keuka College’s first appearance on the floor of the NASDAQ exchange. College students Michaela Martin ’18, Luke Labuski ’19, Patrick Giardino ’18, and Hunter Waddington ’20 rang the NASDAQ opening bell last December as part of their reward for strong performances in the Spring 2018 ETF Global Portfolio Challenge.

ITEC's partner in Career Development Program (ICD): ManPower

ITEC's partner in Career Development Program (ICD): ManPower

ManPower Group is world leader in innovation workforce solutions, connecting human potential to the power of business.

Two ITEC student (AUT alumni) celebrate United Nation Day

You've never been to the United Nations headquarters in New York? Or you're planning a visit soon?


On Monday, 24 October 2016, the United Nations Day, UN Visitors Services launched a free mobile app with details about the art on display in public areas of United Nations Headquarters in New York. The app features 65 works of art and architectural elements in the Plaza, Visitors Lobby and Visitors Centre of the GA building.  The App can be downloaded thru Google App or Apple store with keywords “UN Visitor Centre”.

ITEC Career Development (ICD) program - Introduction

On Friday 14th & 21th October 2016, ITEC Freshman and Sophomore attended the Introduction to Career Orientation class with Mr. Tran Cong Danh. The first goal of program ICD will promote job orientation and prepare students with professional skills to adapt to the workplace.