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Workforce Training Programs
(Ranked by number of participants in 2019)

RankName
Address
Telephone
Website
Total No. of Participants 20191Program DescriptionNo. of Program Faculty
Tuition
Areas Served
Eligibility Requirements
Industry Cluster Served
Degrees or Certifications OfferedPublic Funding
Major Partners
Program DirectorYear Founded
1.
Monroe Community College - Workforce Education and Training
1000 E. Henrietta Road
Rochester, N.Y. 14623
(585) 292-2200
www.monroecc.edu
8,865
More than 90 programs for learners seeking to join the workforce immediately, upgrade skills or credentials, or advance their careers in health care, manufacturing/applied technologies/engineering, information technology, hospitality, public safety, business and skilled trades
257
Vary by program
Monroe County
Vary by program
N/A
Associate of Applied Science, Associate of Science, SUNY Academic Certificates, Apprenticeship, and a variety of non-credit workforce certificates and industry certifications.
State, county, local
RTMA, Monroe County, RochesterWorks!, Rochester Optics and Photonics Cluster, Urban League of Rochester, IBERO American Action League, Action for a Better Community, NextCorps, Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce, Greater Rochester Enterprise
Todd Oldham, vice president, economic development; workforce and career technical education
1961
2.
Finger Lakes Community College
3325 Marvin Sands Drive
Canandaigua, N.Y. 14424
(585) 394-3500
www.flcc.edu
3,500
22 Associate in Applied Science degree programs, including paralegal and culinary arts; also short-term non-credit workforce training in health care and advanced manufacturing; also custom training of incumbent workers for local employers
N/A
Varies
Primary service area: Seneca, Wayne, Yates, Ontario counties
High school diploma or GED
N/A
A.A.S degrees, credit-bearing certificates, industry credentials
Federal, state, county
N/A
N/A
1965
3.
RochesterEducational Opportunity Center
161 Chestnut St.
Rochester, N.Y. 14604
(585) 232-2730
www.reoc.brockport.edu
1,365
Tuition-free certificate programs and New York State licensure programs for adults, including early childhood development, security guard, culinary arts, cosmetology, barbering, nursing assistant, home health aide, medical secretary, customer service professional, office support specialist, EMT, LPN, teacher assistant
40
Tuition and fee-free subject to SUNY/REOC Requirements
Rochester, Monroe County, New York State
For entrance to REOC: New York resident for one year, financial eligibility, identification; program requirements vary
N/A
Certificate or New York State Licensure Programming (non-credit bearing)
State funding and Grants
Strong/University of Rochester, Rochester Regional Health, RCSD, City of Rochester, Monroe County, Genesee Community College, Monroe Community College
Roosevelt Mareus, dean and executive director
1973