Registration for Manufacturing Bootcamp now open!
Interested students should complete the inquiry form by Sunday, December 22, 2019.
CEG works with industry clusters to help develop and deliver programming that supports a strong workforce pipeline and advances the careers of incumbent workers.
We work daily to build a skilled workforce and education pipeline; to cultivate a strong entrepreneurial ecosystem; and to ensure a modern infrastructure to grow local companies, attract new investment, and prepare our communities for growth.
The Pathways Project is a project by the Capital Region Workforce Development Boards supporting Albany, Rensselaer, Schenectady, Columbia, Greene, Saratoga, Warren & Washington Counties and managed by the Center for Economic Growth. This five month long study analyzed the transferable skills between manufacturing and advanced manufacturing in the Capital Region; explored the opinions and needs of manufacturing CEOs and HR representatives; and, analyzed the interests, hobbies, media consumption habits, and career experiences of the region’s non-exempt manufacturing employees.
Key Workforce Development Partners
CEG’s region has a number of workforce development resources, all of which work towards the greater goal of ensuring a strong pipeline of highly skilled, educated workers that can meet the needs of our growing industries. To ensure that workforce training is demand-driven, CEG works closely with businesses, community colleges and training institutions to identify and address specific training needs so that programs are tailored to available jobs.
- Capital Region (Albany, Rensselaer, Schenectady) Workforce Development Board
- Columbia-Greene Workforce Development Board
- Saratoga, Warren, Washington Workforce Development Board
Businesses in sectors such as healthcare, clean teach, advanced manufacturing, biotech, nanotech, IT, craft brewing and distilling
- Adirondack Community College
- Clarkson University
- Columbia-Green Community College
- Excelsior College
- Hudson Valley Community College (HVCC)
- Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI)
- Schenectady County Community College (SCCC)
- SUNY Polytechnic Institute
- Union College
- University at Albany
- Clean Technologies & Sustainable Industries Early College High School
- Troy Riverfront PTECH
- Southern Adirondack PTECH
- Tech Valley High School
The New York Association of Training and Employment Professionals (NYATEP)
CEG is a Regional Technology Development Center and also serving as the NYSTAR-designated Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP), providing business growth solutions to regional small and mid-sized manufacturers and technology companies.