Plattsburgh, New York – Congresswoman Elise Stefanik today joined the North Country Workforce Development Board to announce the Advanced Manufacturing program to attract and train the future of New York State’s workforce.
This program, a partnership between the North Country Workforce Partnership, Inc., Clinton Community College, and the North Country Chamber of Commerce, is committed to providing full tuition scholarships for up to 40 Clinton Community College students. This program provides career training that will give students a leg-up in their career development. It may help cover books, housing, childcare, and transportation for eligible students.
“I’m proud to have a long record of supporting and delivering critical investments for North Country workforce development in the greater Plattsburgh region,” Stefanik said. “These full tuition scholarships will invest in forty students in our district to equip and prepare them for their vocations. Thanks to this critical partnership, the future of advanced manufacturing in Upstate New York and the North Country looks bright.”