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Harley School facts and figures

Controversial start In 1917 a group of Rochester mothers (from widely differing social circles) decided to create a school experience for their 4-year olds. At the time the Rochester area did not have a program for children of this age. ...

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Success drives HWSC’s expansion

Just 30 Rochester students were on the rolls of the Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection when the program started three decades ago. Today, thousands of students, some of whom will graduate from high schools hundreds of miles away, benefit from the program. ...

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Links with schools, employers vital

Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection has grown by leaps and bounds since Robert Wegman first envisioned a way to help improve the graduation rates in Rochester city schools, so much so the organization has employed a dedicated team of individuals to serve ...

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Nominees for financial executive awards

Small For-Profit Steve Mowers Claims Recovery Financial Services LLC Witnessing the downfall of the first company he worked for was an eye-opening experience for Steve Mowers. “They had over 500 employees, and things were phenomenal,” Mowers said. “Within two years, ...

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2017 Financial Executive of the Year Award

Fifteen financial executives from the business and nonprofit sectors have been selected as finalists for the 2017 Financial Executive of the Year Award, which recognizes contributions to their organizations and the community during the past year. A Lifetime Achievement award ...

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