Read more about the article P-TECH Program: A Win-Win For Students, Industry
Opposite Top row: Grant Williams, Joe Murphy, Christian McKay, Cooper Dawson, Austin Schouten Bottom row: Laurrie Starbird, Principal Brian Heffron, Sadie Lurcock, Faith Johnson

P-TECH Program: A Win-Win For Students, Industry

It’s not an educational initiative, it is an economic initiative where students can get a diploma and gain industry-relevant experience in advanced manufacturing By Steve Yablonski The Oswego County P-TECH…

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Read more about the article Book Explores Origins of Oswego’s Richard S. Shineman Foundation
Jeff Rea, author of “The Shineman Legacy: The Founder Speaks,” Barbara Shineman, co-founder of the Richard S. Shineman Foundation (center), and Kathy Fenlon, the foundation’s chairwoman.

Book Explores Origins of Oswego’s Richard S. Shineman Foundation

By Payne Horning Everyone in Oswego County and the broader Central New York community knows about the Shineman Foundation, the private foundation that awards more than $1 million annually to…

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Read more about the article Dramatic Shortage of Professional Truck Drivers Rolls On
An instructor working with a student driver at National Tractor Trailer School (NTTS) in Liverpool. Since 1971, the school has trained and placed thousands of people into professional driving careers.

Dramatic Shortage of Professional Truck Drivers Rolls On

It’s predicted that the industry will soon need to fill more than a million jobs By Steve Yablonski The supply (capacity) side of the freight market was very tight in 2020…

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Read more about the article No Workers? No Problem!
Norman Dann of Palermo is ready for his shift at Damiano’s Eatery in Mexico. The 80-year-old stepped back into the workforce after his stepdaughter had problems finding drivers to deliver pizza.

No Workers? No Problem!

Facing shortage of drivers, Mexico pizzeria owner reaches out to her 80-year-old stepdad, who gladly accepted the job By Ken Sturtz After 34 years on the line at the Nestle…

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