Mayor Walsh, Syracuse Build Partners call for Applicants for Pathways to Apprenticeship Program

Posted on May 13, 2021

Image
Screen Shot 2021 05 14 At 1.28.05 Pm

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) - On Thursday, the Syracuse mayor and Onondaga County executive promoted a new pre-apprenticeship program. If it sounds like just another training, they say, it’s not.

“This community is aligning like never before to prepare for the I-81 opportunity. Major project sponsors, local labor, elected leaders and community advocates are working together to create opportunities where there have been barriers to entry in the construction trades,” said Mayor Walsh. “It is complex and challenging work that requires selfless teamwork.”

This is a paid classroom course for 11 weeks to give applicants an advantage when applying to longer training programs in construction, painting or steel working. It’s for people who live in the city, with preference given to women, minorities and veterans.

Interested applicants should apply by going to Pathways to Apprenticeship Program Application to complete the program application form by May 21. Salaries for this program are paid for by both the government grants and private donations.

Read the full article on NewsChannel 9's website, here.

Read the full article on syracuse.com, here.

Read more about the program on Urban CNY's website, here.

Other
Media Coverage

Image
SYR community grid vision plan graphic
Media Coverage | 02/23/2024

Public Input Needed on Community Grid Vision Plan

 

Image
Oneida Indian Nation Logo
Media Coverage | 02/01/2024

CenterState CEO Celebrates Oneida Indian Nation's Historic Investments

2023 marked another record breaking spending year for the Oneida Indian Nation.

Image
Syracuse's Clinton Square with Fountains
Media Coverage | 01/18/2024

Syracuse Listed As A City Succeeding In New Industrial Era

CenterState CEO's unique position within the public, private and civic spheres is listed as one of the contributing factor's to Syracuse's success in attracting and growing advanced manufacturing opportunities.

Image
NYS Gov. Kathy Hochul, State of the State 2024
Media Coverage | 01/09/2024

Syracuse Will Anchor State-Proposed Regional Workforce Development Centers

Gov. Kathy Hochul unveiled her proposal for the One Network for Advanced Manufacturing Partnerships (ON-RAMP).

Image
Syracuse Surge Workforce Graduation Ceremony at OCC
Media Coverage | 12/21/2023

Syracuse Surge Workforce Graduation Honors 34 Students

The Syracuse Surge Workforce programs focus on connecting individuals to advanced manufacturing careers.

Image
Media Coverage | 12/19/2023

CenterState CEO Chief of Staff Ben Sio Profiled For Leadership Series

CenterState CEO Chief of Staff Ben Sio was recently profiled by Marie Morelli of Syracuse.com for their weekly Conversation on Leadership

Image
Rob Simpson talk about TTM Technologies expansion project in CNY
Media Coverage | 11/01/2023

TTM Technologies Plans Expansion In CNY, Creating Estimated 400 Jobs

TTM Technologies, a leading global manufacturer of technology solutions, intends to invest up to $130 million to build a greenfield high-tech manufacturing facility in DeWitt.

Image
NY Smart I-Corridor Graphic
Media Coverage | 10/23/2023

NY SMART I-Corridor Wins Federal Tech Hub Designation

President Biden and Senate Majority Leader Schumer announced that the NY SMART I-Corridor, comprised of partners in Syracuse, Rochester, Buffalo and Ithaca, has been designated as federal Tech Hubs by the Economic Development…

Image
Blueflite co-founders James McClearen and Frank Noppel win GENIUS NY competiiton.
Media Coverage | 10/06/2023

Blueflite Wins $1 Million GENIUS NY Grand Prize

Innovative uncrewed aerial systems companies competed for CenterState CEO’s GENIUS NY accelerator’s $1 million grand prize.