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From left: Garry Douglas, Jim Malatras and Ray DiPasquale hold partnership agreements
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The president of Empire State College was in Plattsburgh today to sign separate partnership agreements with the local chamber of commerce and the community college.

CCC President Ray DiPasquale (left) and CV-TEC's Dr. Mark Davey shake hands after signing agreement as Chamber Pres. Garry Douglas and Assemblyman Billy Jones witness signing
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A new agreement between two educational institutions in New York’s North Country should help expand opportunities for students seeking training in nursing and affiliated health fields.

Clinton Community College President Ray DiPasquale (left) and Clarkson University President Tony Collins sign collaborative agreement
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Officials signed an agreement between Clinton Community College and Clarkson University this afternoon they say will enhance workforce training and education at the Institute for Advanced Manufacturing in Plattsburgh.

SUNY Chancellor Dr. Kristina Johnson (left) cuts ribbon with Clinton Community College Board of Trustees Chair David Favro
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Local and state officials cut the ribbon this morning, officially opening the Institute for Advanced Manufacturing at Clinton Community College.

March for Science button designed by student Mason Martin
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Students at Clinton Community College are organizing a March for Science this weekend, one of thousands occurring Saturday across the nation.

Students attend environmental trade fair at Clinton Community College
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Clinton Community College in Plattsburgh hosted an Environmental Trade Fair Wednesday to show students how businesses impact the environment — and how they could offer potential clean and green jobs.

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In September 2014, Clinton Community College received a $12.7 million grant through the SUNY 2020 challenge program to create and build the Institute for Advanced Manufacturing.  It broke ground on the facility in May 2016.  This week, the college updated officials on the status of construction and provided tours of the partially completed facility.

Institute of Advanced Manufacturing rendering
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Business, education and community officials gathered at Clinton Community College in Plattsburgh this afternoon to break ground on a new Institute of Advanced Manufacturing facility.

Clinton Community College in Plattsburgh announced Friday that the Board of Trustees is expected to approve layoffs at a special meeting on Monday.

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New York Governor Andrew Cuomo this week announced 55 million dollars in funding for the SUNY 2020 challenge grants.  The money is being distributed to five projects across the state, including one at Clinton Community College in Plattsburgh.