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Opportunities with UR Medicine – Canandaigua

Open positions with UR Medicine Orthopaedics, Rehabilitation & Podiatry: Outpatient Access Specialist and Ambulatory Tech. See the full job descriptions and learn how to apply here!

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Finger Lakes Hires: Have You Heard? 1,000 New Nurses for NYS!

Governor Hochul recently announced the new program, Nurses For Our Future Scholarship, which will fund 1,000 students to attend SUNY or CUNY nursing programs. These students will be able to fill positions such as Certified Nursing Assistants, Licensed Practical Nurses, and Nursing Home Aides, which are desperately needed during this unprecedented global pandemic. Read all the details of the scholarship and how to apply here!

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Meeting of the Finger Lakes Workforce Investment Board

The Finger Lakes Workforce Investment Board, Inc. (FLWIB) will meet on Wednesday, January 19, 2022, at 8:30 a.m. via a Zoom Videoconference.  This meeting is open to the public, and individuals interested in attending should email for more information.

Meeting minutes will be posted online at for the public to review electronically.  Questions and comments may be directed to the above address.

For more information please call, 315-789-3131 ext 4.

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Finger Lakes Hires: Have You Heard? Hazlitt Celebrates 10 Years at Naples facility.


December 14, 2021
For further information, contact:
Stephanie Jarvis – Director of Marketing
Hazlitt 1852 Vineyards (607) 546-WINE

Hazlitt Red Cat Cellars Celebrates 10 Years Of Successful Workforce And Economic Growth

Naples, NY — Hazlitt Red Cat Cellars, part of the Hazlitt family wine production holdings, is celebrating 10 years in business and its benefit to the workforce and economic growth in the Naples community.

The expansive facility is now home to multiple businesses. These include East Coast Crush and Co-Pack, Hazlitt’s custom beverage production services company, as well as an on-site retail and tasting room, a brewery, and a recreational hiking trail.

In 2011, at the time of purchase, the facility employed 14 people (full-time equivalents) and was producing wine at just a fraction of its full capacity. Along with significant investments by the Hazlitt family, Hazlitt Red Cat Cellars received an economic development grant from New York State that was administered through the Ontario County Economic Development office. As specified by the grant, the funds were used specifically to increase opportunities for the local workforce.

Currently, the company employs 53 full-time employees with an additional 10-12 at any time as temporary hires.

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