Capital Region Regional Economic Development Council
The Capital Region Economic Development Council (CREDC) is the economic advisory board for the NY State Capital and eight adjacent counties.
*NEW* Workforce Development Initiative
The Workforce Development Initiative (WDI) will invest $175 million through a newly created Consolidated Funding Application (CFA), targeted to workforce investments. The awarded CFA projects will support strategic regional efforts that meet businesses’ short-term workforce needs, long-term industry needs, improve regional talent pipelines, enhance the flexibility and adaptability of local workforce entities, and expand workplace learning opportunities. Focus will be on regionally significant industries in emerging fields with growing demands for jobs, including those in clean energy, life sciences, computer science, and advanced technologies. Funds will also support efforts to improve the economic security of women, young workers, and other populations that face significant barriers to career advancement.
CAPITAL REGION WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE COMMITTEE MEMBERS
VP for Workforce Development & Community Education, Schenectady County Community College
Dr. Gladys I. Cruz
District Superintendent, Rensselaer-Columbia-Greene Counties and BOCES
Robert C. Wildermuth III
Executive Director, Capital Region Workforce Development Board
Sonya Del Peral
Economic Development Representative, Nine Pin Ciderworks (Manager)
Executive Director, Capital District Child Care Council
President, Adirondack Community College
District Superintendent, Albany-Schoharie-Schenectady-Saratoga Counties and BOCES
Project plans and applications are now being accepted. Find out more:
Governor Cuomo’s Downtown Revitalization Initiative (DRI) is transforming downtown neighborhoods into vibrant communities where the next generation of New Yorkers will want to live work and raise families.