The Business Council Announces Finalists for the Second Annual Workforce Innovation Awards
Online, Public Voting to Begin Monday
ALBANY – The Business Council of New York State announced Monday the finalists for the 2023 Workforce Innovation Awards. For the second consecutive year, the awards will be presented to New York’s workforce stakeholders and recognize outstanding workforce development, education providers, and business leaders focused on developing a strong and diverse talent pipeline to meet the workforce needs of local or regional businesses.
There will be three awards presented this year, one each in the Business, Higher Education and Non-Profit categories.
The public will have the opportunity to vote for winners in two categories, on social media, and on The Business Council website, over a two-week period. Finalists the public will be voting on include:
- CAHill Tech Inc. - Clarence
- Clarkson University – Potsdam
- RIT - Rochester
- Goodwill WNY - Buffalo
- Island Harvest – Long Island
- Manufacturers Association of Central New York (MACNY) – Syracuse
Finalists in the Business category will be chosen by a panel from The Business Council. Finalists include:
- Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce - Rochester
- Loretto – Syracuse
- New York Power Authority (NYPA) – White Plains
The Business Council has opened the public voting portion of the awards contest. Those interested in participating can do so until Monday, April 17 at 4:00 PM. Details on the voting process can be found here.
This year’s Workforce Innovation Awards are sponsored by National Grid.
Winners chosen from each category will be honored at a May 19 luncheon at the University at Albany’s ETEC Building.