HVCC Reaches Out to Refugees Finding a New Home in the Capital Region
Mar22

HVCC Reaches Out to Refugees Finding a New Home in the Capital Region

More than 4,000 political refugees from around the world have settled in the Capital Region in the past decade, and Hudson Valley is making a strong effort to reach out to this new group who seek their own version of “the American Dream.” On Thursday, March 7, the college held its second Refugee College Day, an event aimed at showing the local refugee population that college can be a part of their future. Around 20 refugees were...

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Alumni Profile: Angelo Mazzone
Mar19

Alumni Profile: Angelo Mazzone

Alumni Profiles is an ongoing series highlighting successful graduates who, with a SUNY education, achieved interesting and influential careers. Angelo Mazzone is an entrepreneur, educator, visionary, and family man.  He has taken advantage of his education at Hudson Valley Community College and Schenectady County Community College to build a hospitality empire in Upstate New York, and now gives back to the College in a handful of...

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The Education Pipeline Presents: SUNY Works
Mar14

The Education Pipeline Presents: SUNY Works

The Education Pipeline is always excited to update you on what is happening around the state from our exciting and meaningful initiatives. This week we would like to re-introduce you to the SUNY Works initiative, which brings students, SUNY schools, and local employers together to create on-the-job work experience for students. SUNY Works allows students to get experience in their chosen field of study, explore different aspects of...

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SUNY Day 2013: Hudson Valley Community College
Feb19

SUNY Day 2013: Hudson Valley Community College

  On February 11, dozens of SUNY campuses convened at the Legislative Office Building in Albany’s Empire State Plaza to showcase their individual contributions to their communities as well as SUNY’s collective contributions. SUNY Day is an event where the public, senators, and assemblymen are all welcome to see the latest of what each SUNY campus has to offer. This year’s theme was experiential education. Generation SUNY is...

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What Does SUNY Have to do With President’s Day?
Feb18

What Does SUNY Have to do With President’s Day?

As it turns out, quite a bit! As we honor the past president’s of the United States today, read below for a few interesting facts and pieces of info on U.S. presidential history at SUNY.   President Millard Fillmore co-founded the University at Buffalo in 1846.  He was the thirteenth President of the United States and served from July 1850 to March 1853 following the death of president Zachary Taylor.  He is perhaps best...

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