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BEACON INSTITUTE FOR RIVERS AND ESTUARIES - CLARKSON UNIVERSITY

199 Main Street
Beacon, NY 12508

Phone: (845) 838-1600

Website: www.bire.org

Hudson Valley Economic Development Corporation

4 London Ave, Suite 100
New Windsor, NY 12553

Phone: (845) 220-2244

Fax: (845) 220-2247

Website: www.hvedc.org

Manufacturers Alliance of New York (MANY)

5788 Widewaters Parkway
Syracuse, New York 13214

Phone: (315) 474-4201

Fax: (315) 474-0524

Website: www.themanufacturersalliance.org

Manufacturing & Technology Enterprise Center (MTEC) (formerly HVTDC)

180 South Street
Highland NY 12528

Phone: (845) 896-6934

Fax: (845) 896-7006

Website: mfgtec.org

MARIST COLLEGE

Route 9
Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Phone: (845) 575-3000

Website: www.marist.edu

 

Adult Education
Phone: (845) 575-3800

 

Bureau of Economic Research
Director: Dr. Christy Huebner Caridi
Phone: (845) 575-3116

Mid-Hudson Pattern for Progress - PUBLIC POLICY & PLANNING

Jonathan Drapkin, President

3 Washington Center
Newburgh, NY 12550

Phone: (845) 565-4900

Fax: (845) 565-4918

Website: www.pattern-for-progress.org

MOUNT ST. MARY COLLEGE

Newburgh, NY 12550

Website: www.msmc.edu/Academics/Adult_Degree_Programs

 

Professional Development
Phone: (845) 565-2076

 

Coop Programs/Work Study
Phone: (845) 569-3159

 

Continuing Education
Phone: (845) 569-3225

 

The adult accelerated degree program at Mount Saint Mary College has been dedicated to assisting adult students reach their academic and professional goals for almost 25 years. This program offers seven accelerated bachelor degree programs that are delivered in six or eight week evening/weekend and hybrid (blended online) sessions. This format has evolved by responding to program design requests and input from public and private sector employers, faculty, alumni and students.

 

Two new programs set to launch this year! … a ‘Hybrid Online Business Program’ and an ‘RN to BSN Program’ for registered nurses. A discounted tuition rate is available for students 24 years of age and older.

National Association of Manufacturers

1331 Pennsylvania Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20004-1790

Phone: (202) 637-3000

Fax: (202) 637-3182

Email: manufacturing [at] nam.org

Website: www.nam.org

NEW YORK STATE BUSINESS COUNCIL

The Schuler Building
152 Washington Avenue

Phone: (518) 465-7511

Phone: (800) 358-1202

Fax: (518) 465-4389

Fax: (518) 432-7033

Website: www.bcnys.org

NEW YORK STATE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL

19 Dove Street, Suite 101
Albany, NY 12210

Phone: (518) 426-4058

Fax: (518) 426-4059

Website: www.nysedc.org

SUNY NEW PALTZ

New Paltz, NY 12561

Phone: (845) 257-2121

Website: www.newpaltz.edu

 

Business School
Phone: (845) 257-2930

 

Career Advisory Center
Phone: (845) 257-3265

 

Continuning Education
Phone: (845) 257-2900

 

Engineering Department
Phone: (845) 257-2121

T-SEC SMARTT Labs

Joe Guarneri

Phone: 845-336-5354

Email: jguarneri.tsec [at] gmail.com

Website: www.tsecny.org

T-SEC leads the resurgence of manufacturing job creation in New York State. Our talented and experienced team of executives, scientists, and engineers work collaboratively with over 100 industry and university partners using our signature SMARTT LABS and SMARTT PODS to attract and establish high paying manufacturing jobs and workforce training.

WESTCHESTER EXPORT ASSISTANCE CENTER

Joan Kanlian, Director

707 Westchester Avenue, Suite 209
White Plains, NY 10604

Phone: (914) 682-6712

Fax: (914) 682-6698

Email: joan.kanlian [at] mail.doc.gov

Website: www.export.gov

Website: www.export.gov/newyork/westchester

Workforce Development Institute

Mary Jane Bertram

15 Stone Castle Road
Rock Tavern, NY 12575

Phone: (845) 567-1213

Website: wdiny.org

The Workforce Development Institute (WDI) is a statewide 501(c)3 non-profit that improves the lives of working men and women across New York State by providing targeted programs in workforce, economic, and community development. A focus on helping businesses become and remain successful is a key component of this programming. Healthy businesses provide employment opportunities for New York’s citizens and, in turn, are dependent on a well-trained workforce and community support. The WDI works to ensure that investments in all three areas – workforce, economic and community development – are integrated and reflect the perspectives of working men and women. WDI’s agenda is shaped by the needs of specific regions, businesses, or unions.

Workforce Development Institute -Lower Hudson Valley/Bronx

Sonja Brown, Regional Director

120 Saw Mill River Road
Hastings, NY 10706

Phone: (914) 231-9670

Phone: (914) 619-3761

Fax: (914) 231-9672

Email: sbrown [at] wdiny.org