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Students, alumni, and other job seekers are invited to join more than 80 employers for a Career Fair at the State University of New York Polytechnic Institute’s Career Fair. more
The application process for federal student debt cancellation program, opening the door for millions of Americans to apply for up to $20,000 in forgiveness. more
A work study session Monday during the Rome City School District Board of Education’s regular meeting saw CPA Len Carissimo of D’Arcangelo & Co. LLC present findings of a recent audit. more
Herkimer County Community College has appointed Julie Whittaker, a member of the college’s Class of 1989, of Herkimer, to the position of staff accountant/payroll. more
Utica City School District Superintendent Bruce Karam was placed on administrative leave Tuesday in a 4-2 vote by the district's Board of Education pending the completion of an investigation. more
The Lake Delta Kiwanis Club has honored its first student of the month of the new school year. more
“The sum of two numbers is 20. The product of the same two numbers is also 20. Find the sum of the squares of the numbers.” more
A regularly scheduled meeting of the Mohawk Valley Community College board of trustees will take place at 4:15 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 17. more
The Rome Academy of Sciences is sponsoring a presentation, “Microelectronics Growth in New York State." more
Four students in the Rome City School District have been selected as College Board National Recognition Program awardees. more
A new partnership will not only educate the teachers of the future but also promises to help improve the lives of many of those students and their families as well. more
Members of the Oneida County BOCES Teachers Association and their supporters picketed outside the Middle Settlement Academy meeting place of the BOCES Cooperative Board Wednesday. more
Culinary arts management and food service administration students at Mohawk Valley Community College welcome connoisseurs of fine food to their weekly luncheons. more
The Rome community has a long history — more than 150 years — of supporting Catholic education and has been home to many Catholic schools. more
“Together is better,” promises Connected Community Schools co-executive leader Melissa Roys. more
“We’re all rock stars,” ICAN Clinical Care Coordinator Amanda Cruikshank told a group of ninth graders Tuesday as she taught them aspects of drumming, yoga and meditation. more
The 57th 4-H Conservation Education Days (CED) were held recently at Delta Lake State Park. more
Greg Sankey, widely recognized as one of the most influential leaders in sports, will address the graduating class of 2023 at Utica University’s Undergraduate Commencement. more
Hamilton College will present a free lecture by George Washington University Associate Professor of American Studies and Political Science Elisabeth Anker on Thursday, Oct. 20. more
Warning of larger class sizes and possible program cuts, officials have called for additional state funding to address growing deficits at state colleges and universities . more
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