Year: 2015

On Point for College Celebration Dinner

Join On Point for College for their Celebration Dinner! An evening for you to learn how On Point for College in Utica has helped over 700 first-generation youth get to college, thrive there, and succeed… all in its first three

Women’s Employment & Resource Ctr. offers free training

WERC in Utica is offering free Customer Service and Professional Pathways training this fall. See attachments for more info. WERC Training-PROFESSIONAL PATHWAYS FALL 2015 WERC Training CUSTOMER SERVICE 2015 FLYER (2)

Funding headed to UC, Utica Rt. 5S project and Roosevelt Park project

Philip A. Vanno Posted by the Utica Observer Dispatch Aug. 20, 2015 at 9:26 PM UTICA As if finding out General Electric and AMS will be bringing almost 1,500 nano jobs to the region wasn’t enough, the Mohawk Valley’s Capital

Cuomo: $3.5B Nano deal will change Utica ‘for generations to come’

Gov. Andrew Cuomo today announced GE and Austrian company AMS will both be coming to Marcy, bringing roughly 1,500 additional jobs and billions of dollars in private investment to Nano Utica. Original Article By Observer-Dispatch Posted Aug. 20, 2015 at

Johnson Park Center holds annual back to school party

Original article from the Utica Observer Dispatch. Alissa Scott Posted Aug. 18, 2015 at 8:00 PM UTICA Brothers Tyrease, Eric and Elijah Hervey raced through a math challenge Tuesday, counting on their fingers at times. “All right, come on, guys,

MVCC Foundation’s thINCubator expected to move to ConMed site

Original article from the Utica Observer Dispatch. Alexander Gerould Posted Aug. 19, 2015 at 5:00 AM Updated Aug 19, 2015 at 7:53 AM UTICA Right now, the former ConMed complex in the area of 310 Broad St. sits empty. But that’s

The Women’s Fund is accepting grant applications

The Women’s Fund of Herkimer & Oneida Counties Inc. is accepting applications for its 2016 grant cycle. Grants are due by 4 p.m. Friday, Sept. 18, and must be mailed to The Women’s Fund of Herkimer and Oneida Counties Inc.,

Libraries to offer laptop and hotspot lending programs

Starting in September, patrons at select libraries in Central New York will be able to take home laptop computers and 4G wireless hotspots for a period of three weeks. The program, called CNYFi, is sponsored by the Central New York

July 2015 Utica Safe Schools Summer Programs

Utica Safe Schools have a few free summer programs for youth this summer. 1) The Underground Café Teen Center is open this summer as a drop-in program for Utica High School Students.  Must be at least 13 years old to

Free technology training at Utica Public Library – August

Computer classes and private technology training continues to be available free to the public through the summer at Utica Public Library, 303 Genesee St. Private tutoring is available by calling 735-2279, ext. 219. Computer classes and drop-in sessions being offered