**UPDATED- Monday Forum Rescheduled for Thursday, March 14**

**UPDATED- Monday Forum Rescheduled for Thursday, March 14**
CREDC Workforce & Education Workgroup to Hold Public Forums in Saratoga, Columbia & Schenectady Counties 
The Capital Region Economic Development Council (CREDC) is co-chaired by James Barba, Albany Medical Center President and CEO, and University at Albany President Robert Jones.  The Capital Region is defined as Albany, Columbia, Greene, Saratoga, Schenectady, Rensselaer, Warren and Washington counties.
What:            Public forums for the CREDC Workforce & Education Workgroup to promote awareness and encourage public participation.  The goal of the workgroup is to prepare the workforce of today and tomorrow for the existing and emerging needs of business and industry in the Capital Region, which will attract and retain residents for employment in the greater regional area.
Who:             Members of the CREDC Workforce & Education Workgroup.  All individuals, businesses, organizations, labor and education representatives from the Capital Region are welcome.
Wednesday, March 13
8.      p.m.     Columbia Greene Community College
                Professional Academic Center, Room 612
4400 NY 23
Hudson, NY
(Participants should use parking lot A, B to access the PAC. The room is located downstairs first floor.)
Thursday, March 14
6-8 p.m.        Hudson Valley Community College, Tec-Smart
345 Hermes Road Malta, NY
Friday, March 15
Noon- 2 p.m.     Schenectady County Community College
                Stockade 101
78 Washington Avenue
                Schenectady, NY
(Participants can park in open parking areas.  Signage will be posted to direct guests to Stockade 101. )

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