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ESL/MCC scholars named  (access required)

Students are offered a part-time, paid position at one of ESL’s 23 local branches and a $1,000 scholarship for each semester they participate, up to $2,000. Students will have the opportunity to meet with and work in other departments at the company to further their professional experience. 

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MCC introduces mental health technician degree program   (access required)

In response to a growing workforce demand, Monroe Community College, in collaboration with regional employers, will launch its Hospital & Community Mental Health Tech A.A.S. degree program in the spring semester.  The career-focused program prepares students by providing various specialized support to individuals ...

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60 years and growing: Al Sigl Member Agencies are testament to collaboration (access required)

Al Sigl member agencies include CP Rochester, EPI, Medical Motor Service, National MS Society Upstate NY, Rochester Hearing & Speech Center, Rochester Rehabilitation and Starbridge. 

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Velazquez named new CEO of RTS (access required)

Velazquez has been with RTS since 1999 in a variety of roles. He oversaw transformation of information systems as well as the $50 million RTS Transit Center in downtown Rochester and the Reimagine RTS initiative.

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Jordan Health leader announces retirement date (access required)

Harbin has worked in public health for nearly 40 years. She graduated from Detroit public schools at 16 years old and earned her Doctor of Dental Surgery from Howard University. She has been a clinical dentist in both public health dentistry and private practice associations.

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RIT launches master’s degree in AI (access required)

The Master of Science degree aims to prepare students to become well-rounded AI professionals. Graduates will develop skills in designing, developing and deploying AI systems, as well as understanding and analyzing AI’s impact on society and policy. 

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Safety is a concern for one community in Rochester, survey shows (access required)

“We’ve seen a disturbing increase in anti-LGBTQ+ rhetoric recently,” said Karen Elam, executive director of the Levine Center to End Hate. “We are continuing to find that the responses to our survey underscore the fear that members of minority groups in our community are feeling.” 

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New York’s Adult Survivors Act likely to open a flood of litigation (access required)

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The ASA was modeled after the New York Child Victims Act (CVA), which opened a revival period during which survivors of childhood sexual abuse were permitted to file civil suits for abuse that occurred countless years prior. While the CVA revived claims of abuse which occurred when the survivor was under eighteen years of age, the ASA presents an opportunity for survivors who were over eighteen years old when their abuse occurred.

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LeChase collaborates to build new UR orthopaedic center smarter, faster (access required)

In construction, time is money, so converting an existing structure was a critical component in the project. So, too, was collaboration between builder and architect during the design process. The project initially carried a $240 million price tag, but $13 million was shaved off along the way.

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