Westchester will host job-related events this week to prepare individuals for the workforce.
Westchester Arc’s business model proves a winner.
ARC of Rockland launches Business Advisory Council to give persons with disabilities access to job opportunities.
A multimillion-dollar push to grease the wheels of a high-tech world.
U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand met with students, educators, and businesses to learn how they’ve pooled their resources to create a thriving private-public partnership.
The 20th anniversary of the School of Graduate & Professional Studies at Manhattanville College provides not only a moment to look back – but also reaffirm goals as it moves toward its future.
New York state announced $1.2 million of job training grants are available for businesses willing to hire long-term unemployed New Yorkers.
The date is Sept. 20; state resources receive an airing.
The program is open to at-risk young people, including foster children, ages 14 to 21 who have yet to complete their education or find employment.
The county's Leadership Westchester program will graduate 20 professionals at Westchester Community College in Valhalla on June 25.
Employment agencies in Westchester discuss the hottest job trends
Events to Remember L.L.C. will be hosting a Spring Job and Intern Fair on April 2 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Cortlandt Colonial Restaurant and Ballroom.
The Arthur Murray Grande Ballroom of Greenwich is teaming up with RSL Consulting Group L.L.C. to offer teambuilding workshops for businesses.
Connecticut Light & Power Co. (CL&P) announced it will team with three community colleges to offer an associate degree program in Electric Power Technology as well as internship and other training opportunities.
Leadership – what it means and what it takes – is never far from thought at the historic Thayer Hotel at West Point.