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Local organizations unite to help Afghan refugee family learn English

Three members of this family will take English as a Second Language courses at HCC this summer.

What’s new with Westchester’s economic development initiatives?

The application process for this year’s Launch1000 cohort began in February.

Wildcliff mansion site to become children’s gardening education center

The Hudson Park Children's Greenhouse will be a 2,500-square-foot space.

Webster Bank launches financial literacy initiative for Yonkers students

The YPIE Finance Major curriculum will introduce students to the basics of economics.

Rockland Community College offers truck driver training course

The average salary for CDL professionals is $55,300.

Manufacturing tech center opens at WCSU

Cohorts are planned for a potential of up to 72 graduates per year.

The Learning Experience eyes wider Connecticut expansion

The company has four Fairfield County locations.

Lamont offers $24B budget, says ‘state is better off than it...

He claimed he was making the biggest infrastructure investments since the Eisenhower years.

Beardsley Zoo plans centennial celebration

The public is invited to name a new baby anteater.

How the Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk executed an award-winning pandemic digital...

Digital-learning students are spread across 45 states and in 12 countries.

Manhattanville and New York Institute of Finance forge new educational partnership

Through the New York Institute of Finance (NYIF) at Manhattanville College starting up this fall, students will be able to pursue a bachelor's or master's degree in finance or a master of education degree.

Stamford Symphony debuts initiative encouraging local youth engagement in music

The symphony is partnering with community and educational entities on the program.

Pace implements new online health law and policy certificate program

The law school has long offered robust training in health law and policy for both lawyers and students enrolled in its J.D. program, but has just expanded its Advanced Certificate in Health Law and Policy online to accommodate practicing lawyers seeking flexible education, as well as health care professionals and administrators who require legal knowledge to adapt to changes in the industry.

Wells Fargo helps fund equity programs at area community colleges

These programs are aimed at improving educational outcomes among students who are facing material hardships.