Social Involvement

Boyce Technologies goes beyond financial sponsorship.
We actively work with our social partners to create a better world.

At Boyce Technologies, we do not just donate to the charities, we fully engage with our community to help people in many ways.  Our staff is involved with numerous organizations to help make a difference. From helping high school students design and build robots to assisting students  constructing urban art projects to creating technical jobs for underprivileged people, we give back to our community in many ways:

Robo Tigers Sponsor
Queens Vocational and Technical High School

Robo Tigers won their regional contests in the First Robotics competition and did extremely well at the 2019 Nationals in Detroit.  BTI sponsors their program plus provides technical support to the amazing high school students who design, program and assemble their robots.

SUNY Global – Peru

BTI gives an annual tour explaining its strategies, services, products and processes to Peruvian students from Instituto para la Calidad through the International Studies and Business Program of the Institute for Quality of Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú along with the professional network of the American Society for Quality. Other companies that host similar tours under this program are Google, WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff and Consolidated Edison Power.

P.S.- I.S. 276
Battery Park City School

BTI works in collaboration with ‘Fab Lab’, a group of students from P.S.-I.S. 276 to design, engineer, and build products for their school and to educate them about the fabrication process.

P4Q @ Skillman

P4Q @ Skillman is a school which has a student population comprised of pre-kindergarten through eighth grade students who have been identified as severely emotionally challenged and/or having autism. BTI serves as a location where students get to tour and explore the facility.

Long Island City Partnership Projects

Long Island City Partnership is a non-profit organization that advocates for economic development that benefits the area’s infrastructures. BTI manufactures products necessary for art projects and community initiatives that LIC wants to bring forth.

Hour Children

Hour Children is a New York based non-profit organization that supports incarcerated and formerly incarcerated women and their children. Every Christmas, BTI donates clothes, books, and toys to all of the children in the organization.

LaGuardia Community College Internships

LaGuardia Community College is a two-year college that is attended by many non-traditional students coming from unprivileged backgrounds. Each semester, BTI provides students with internships that help them build their initial career experience.

Apprentice NYC

Apprentice NYC is a city initiative that gives NYC residents the opportunity to become an apprentice for CNC Machinists. BTI has trained many apprentices that have been vetted by this program and has provided them with high growth potential occupations.

Gallop NYC Sponsor

Gallop NYC is an organization that uses therapeutic horsemanship to build developmental, emotional, social, and physical skills for each individual rider under the direction of a PATH international certified instructor.

Queens Theater

Queens Theater is a premier performing arts venue in Queens that provides quality and diverse performance arts activities that are economically and geographically accessible to the 2.2 million residents of Queens.

Splashes of Hope Sponsor

Splashes of Hope is a non-profit public charity dedicated to transforming the environments of hospitals, healthcare centers and social service facilities with custom designed hand-painted murals.

Wounded Warriors

This organization is for veterans and service members who incurred a physical or mental injury, illness, or wound while serving in the military on or after September 11, 2001.

Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services

Their mission is to promote recovery, address all aspects of an individual’s life, including mental and physical health, family, employment, and education.

Boy Scouts of America Engineering Badge Sponsor

Students from the Boy Scouts of America visited BTI’s headquarters and earned their institutional Engineering Badge by helping BTI create a product.

Columbia University

Students from Columbia University toured Boyce Technologies headquarters and learned about BTI’s dynamic engineering capabilities.

J.H.S. 210 Elizabeth Blackwell Middle School

Representatives from BTI visited J.H.S 210 Elizabeth Blackwell Middle School and gave the students career advice during their annual Career Day.