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Wanted: Job Shadow Host Sites

Looking to build relationships with high school students pursuing a career path in Mechanical Technology or Electrical Engineering Technology? The Syracuse P-TECH Program (Pathways in Technology Early College High School) is looking for...

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Students enrolled in the Syracuse P-TECH Program found summer employment opportunities at United Radio

Students enrolled in the Syracuse P-TECH Program at the Institute of Technology found summer employment opportunities at United Radio through PEB and MACNY’s collaboration with industry partners. Top left: Syracuse...

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Free paid training being offered for manufacturing jobs (localsyr.com)

CAZENOVIA (WSYR-TV) - Onondaga Community College and Madison County manufacturers are teaming up to offer paid training for skill trades.

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Five Reasons Upskilling Your Workforce is Important – The Aspen Institute

Upskilling helps your bottom line, improves retention, and employees are beginning to expect it.  Continue reading to learn 5 reasons you should be upskilling your current workforce.

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Rethink the Traditional Career Paths and Discover “New Collar” Careers

Rather than looking back toward past opportunities that might no longer be relevant, Ginny Rometty, the CEO at IBM,  recently wrote an op-ed which advised students and teachers to focus...

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Learn More About The CNY STEM Scholars

CNY STEM Scholars The CNY STEM Scholars program is a partnership between SRC, King + King Architects, Schneider Packaging Equipment Company, C&S Companies, Carrier Corporation, the CNY STEM Hub, and...

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CNY STEM Career Exploration Series

CNY STEM Career Exploration Series Studies have indicated that New York companies have more STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) jobs than they can fill.  To address this issue, Partners...

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Seven Ways Intermediaries Help Develop Apprenticeship Programs

Seven Ways Intermediaries Help Develop Apprenticeship Programs Intermediaries can provide crucial support to the development and management of apprenticeships at companies. They can conduct outreach to employers and manage relationships...

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If Parents and Students are Happier, Why Can’t Career and Tech Education Shake it’s Bad Image?

The research supports that high school students in Career and Technical Education (CTE) have a higher rate of graduation on a national average, but CTE can’t seem to shake the...

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Ideas are Cheap. Building Something is Hard.

Explore the day to day operations of, Lowercase NYC, one of the only eyewear producers in the United States.  The startup located in Brooklyn will give you insight into why...

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New Manufacturing and Career Counseling Tool for Students

Lightweight Innovations For Tomorrow, also known as LIFT, is launching new manufacturing and career counseling tool for middle schoolers and high schoolers.  Game-based and multi-media STEM platforms, Learning Blade® and...

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Check out these career path previews!

People of all ages struggle with the idea of what they want to be when they grow up.  A recent article in The Muse offers insight and access to a...

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5 Ways to Breathe Life into your Manufacturing Community – Edge Factor

Larissa Brown from Edge Factor, a leader in the fight to encourage the next generation of kids to become makers of things, describes five ways to creatively inspire students, parents, educators,...

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Change the world. Stay in STEM.

Did you know that less than 7% of women graduate with STEM degrees? This is problem we can solve by providing more exposure to resources and experiences that make STEM real...

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Great Jobs are Available for Skilled Workers in Manufacturing. How come many of those jobs remain unfilled month after month?

Great Jobs are Available for Skilled Workers in Manufacturing.  How come many of those jobs remain unfilled month after month? Read more to see how the challenge of finding skilled...

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“Four-fifths of executives surveyed said that a shortage of sufficiently skilled workers will affect their companies in the next 12 months”

According to a survey of more than 400 U.S. executives, companies expect to hire extensively in the coming year to address anticipated growth. However, a large number of these companies, predominantly...

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Wanted: Factory Workers, Degree Required (New York Times)

When the German engineering company Siemens Energy opened a gas turbine production plant in Charlotte, N.C., over 10,000 people showed up to apply for 800 positions. Sadly, fewer than 15...

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Next Solution Forum to be held in the Mohawk Valley on February 23, 2017

Sponsored by Fuze Hub and their partners around the state, Solutions Forums are half-day events held, regionally, across the state.   They provide a unique opportunity for small to mid-size manufacturers...

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Federal Programs for Manufacturers

Federal programs for Manufacturers From Exports to Energy, from Trade to Technology, and from obtaining government financing to securing government contracts; if it exists, the Federal Government probably has a...

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New Manufacturing USA Institute to be Located at RIT

New Manufacturing USA Institute to be Located at RIT Below are two articles describing the new Manufacturing USA Institute to be located at RIT.  RIT, a MACNY member and strong...

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ToolingU-SME: How is your company addressing the skills gap? Are you prepared?

Mission Critical: Workforce 2021 ToolingU-SME Based on five years of insights from their Workforce 2021 Assessment tool, ToolingU-SME, recently released a report detailing the progress being made towards addressing the...

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The National Institute of Standards and Technology would like your feedback.

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) would like your feedback to help prepare a 2017 federal funding opportunity that will allow Hollings Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP) Centers and...

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