Work with us.

SUNY Adirondack is preparing the next generation of workers and business leaders for the region’s promising future – from the digital buzz of the Capital District’s Tech Valley to the serene vacationland of the Adirondacks.

Your business is our business.

 

"JUST has made its relationship with SUNY Adirondack one of its earliest local priorities. As the area's leading educational resource, SUNY students, faculty and staff are all regular visitors to our facility as we seek to make JUST an extension of the campus and its learning objectives. In addition, JUST is working on ways to help SUNY Adirondack with its teaching on campus and development of new areas of study as it grows to meet its evolving mission of serving the needs of its students. As we seek to do with all our efforts, we strive to make a positive impact with SUNY Adirondack."

Jim Siplon
COO, JUST Water

SUNY Adirondack means business.

The Adirondack Internship Partnership matches the region's brightest students with local businesses to support career readiness through experiential learning opportunities.

The program partners SUNY Adirondack with the Adirondack Regional Chamber of Commerce, Glens Falls Rotary, EDC Warren County, Glens Falls City School District, Queensbury UFSD and WSWHE BOCES.

Connect your business to SUNY Adirondack.

Our on-campus Business Central is a local center for regional economic development.

Find out how you can get involved on campus, take some training classes, speak to a group, develop customized curriculum for your business or hire interns.

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Humans of SUNY ADK

 

SUNY Adirondack is a diverse community of individuals. Each student, faculty member and alumnus has an interesting tale to tell.

Humans of SUNY ADK is a multimedia project that documents the people of our campus through their own words.

A Year of Achievement

• $350,000 Health Program Opportunities Grant to train more healthcare workers

• $8.5 million from Warren and Washington counties, matched by New York State, for a $17 million building project for new science and nursing facilities

• 1,500 employers are connected to SUNY Adirondack through the College Central network

• $9.7 million from New York State SUNY 2020 grant program to build the Workforce Readiness Center (WORC)