Community and Business Partnerships
Employer needs and labor trends drive our technical and career programs and their curriculum. All technical and career education programs meet with consultant committees comprised of business representatives who guide all aspects of programming.
Our students are entering the workforce and attending college at a rate which demonstrates a consistent, skills driven curriculum which prepares our students for success.
The Finger Lakes Technical and Career Center is always seeks new business and community partners to assist us in following ways:
Promote community understanding of Career and Technical Education
Identify training needed for student success
Provide speakers and demonstrators for class curriculum
Act as a sounding board for new ideas
Provide work experience opportunities for students including: tours, shadowing, internships and co-ops.
Serve as a proctor for National Certification Exams
Inform our graduates of career opportunities
Please contact Bob Mattick, Business Community Liaison at 585-526-6493 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.