Nano Working Solutions Office
The Herkimer, Madison, Oneida Working Solutions has established a satellite office on the SUNY IT Campus to assist individuals looking to find a job at the new Quad-C nano site. The Nano Working Solutions Office is providing updates about the Quad-C project in its Nano E-Newsletters and collecting resumes for employers to review.
For more information or questions, please contact the Nano Working Solutions Office at (315) 351-3844 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Scholarships available for Nano studies
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Oneida County Workforce Development is offering scholarships up to $2000 for qualified Oneida County residents to pursue degrees and certificates in the Nanotechnology industry and related fields. The program, announced last week along with the County's Vision 20/20 initiative, is administered through Working Solutions.
Under this initiative, trainees must embark on training in identified programs which will support the nanotechnology, semiconductor, electrical engineering/services and advanced manufacturing sectors. Training must result in industry-recognized credentials (certificate or degree) to be completed in two years or less.
Workforce Investment Act Adult, Dislocated Worker and Youth (age 19-21) scholarships can be accessed by meeting with an Advisor at Working Solutions to develop an employment plan and submitting a scholarship application. In Oneida County, Working Solutions centers are located in Rome at 300 West Dominick Street (356-0662) and in Utica at the New York State Office building 2nd Floor (793-2229).
MVCC Fall classes start Aug. 27. People interested in attending on a scholarship should contact Working Solutions as soon as possible, and should also apply for admission at MVCC immediately by calling 315.792.5354.