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Workforce training coming to Ticonderoga

Ticonderoga Revitalization Alliance announces plans

The Ticonderoga Revitalization Alliance has developed a plan to prepare potential workers for local jobs. Taking part in the project are, from left, E.J. Siwek, executive director of the North Country Workforce Investment Board, John McDonald, Ticonderoga Central School superintendent,  Chattie Van Wert, Ticonderoga Revitalization Alliance director, Chip Holmes, Inter-Lakes Health CEO, and Dr. Steve Tyrell, North Country Community College president.

The Ticonderoga Revitalization Alliance has developed a plan to prepare potential workers for local jobs. Taking part in the project are, from left, E.J. Siwek, executive director of the North Country Workforce Investment Board, John McDonald, Ticonderoga Central School superintendent, Chattie Van Wert, Ticonderoga Revitalization Alliance director, Chip Holmes, Inter-Lakes Health CEO, and Dr. Steve Tyrell, North Country Community College president.

— “These efforts will have a profound effect on both employees and employers in our area over the next few years and provide a cornerstone for economic development in our community,” the alliance director said. “The alliance would especially like to recognize the leaders from the Ticonderoga School District, North Country Community College, CV-TEC, International Paper, JASAMA Development, National Grid, Inter-Lakes Health, Fort Ticonderoga, Glens Falls National Bank, Bridge Point Communication, the North Country Workforce Investment Board, OneWork Source, Essex Country IDA, the Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce, Mountain Lakes Services, Best Western, Silver Bay YMCA, and the many area business leaders who are participating in our talks.”

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