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For Immediate Release
July 21, 2022


Workforce Development Creates Opportunities For Job Seekers, Workers and Businesses

Photo, top left from left:    Gayle Sheridan, Professor; Assistant Academic Chair Communications; Daphne Gordon, Entrepreneurial Assistance Center; Mary Reese, Interim Executive Dean, Eastern Campus; Arlene Jackson, Assistant Dean, Continuing Education; Peter Maritato, Academic Chair, Engineering/Technology; Ben Zwirn, Director of Legislative Affairs; Louis Petrizzo, Executive VP and General Counsel; Donna Ciampa, Interim Executive Dean, Michael J. Grant Campus; David Macholz, Academic Chair,  Automotive Technology; Cheryl Shaffer, Associate Dean, Nursing.
Photo, top left from left: Gayle Sheridan, Professor; Assistant Academic Chair Communications; Daphne Gordon, Entrepreneurial Assistance Center; Mary Reese, Interim Executive Dean, Eastern Campus; Arlene Jackson, Assistant Dean, Continuing Education; Peter Maritato, Academic Chair, Engineering/Technology; Ben Zwirn, Director of Legislative Affairs; Louis Petrizzo, Executive VP and General Counsel; Donna Ciampa, Interim Executive Dean, Michael J. Grant Campus; David Macholz, Academic Chair, Automotive Technology; Cheryl Shaffer, Associate Dean, Nursing.

Suffolk County Community College leaders gathered at the Suffolk County Legislature’s request to testify before the body’s Education and Labor Committee on July 20 to inform legislators about the college’s many workforce development programs including:

 

Suffolk County Community College’s Workforce Development helps employees, businesses, and local communities by training and upskilling the labor pool. Businesses can reward and retain highly trained staff and create opportunities for employee advancement and higher wages while supporting growth for the local economy.