Mohawk Valley Community College today kicked off the MVCC CyberJobs program, a training opportunity for area residents who seek new skills in high-growth job fields such as information technology and cybersecurity. The free-of-charge program helps people at any stage from entry level to expert. Its custom training programs are designed to fit the schedules of busy adults. The program will begin offering trainings in early 2011, with the full schedule to be developed in response to community demand.
Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente honored two during a lunch at the Parkway Senior Center on December 15th.
Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente, Jr., along with the Oneida County Board of Legislators honored the Remsen High School Varsity girl’s soccer team at a recent Board of Legislators meeting. December 15th was proclaimed “Remsen Champions Day” in Oneida County.
Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente announced today the beginning of a new billboard advertising campaign designed to curb drinking and driving incidents.
“Oneida and Herkimer Counties Launch ‘Get Moving!’ and ‘MAINTAIN – Don’t Gain’ A campaign intended to address obesity and proper nutrition is the product of the Regional Health Council,(RHC), a collaborative born out of the 2009-2010 Regional Health Summit which conducted county-wide health assessments and prioritized health issues in both Oneida and Herkimer Counties.