Our region, state and nation are experiencing an urgent need for skilled, trained technicians in applied technologies and skilled trades. As Baby Boomers retire, thousands of these jobs are opening—but there are not enough trained workers to replace them.

To help bridge the gap, Hudson Valley Community College is building a brand new, state-of-the-art Applied Technology Education Center (ATEC)!

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ATEC: Addressing a Critical Need

ATEC: Addressing a Critical Need

Addressing the urgent workforce demand by training the skilled trades and applied technologies workforce of tomorrow.
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Capital Campaign

To make ATEC a reality, public sector and private industry investment is crucial. In early 2022, the Hudson Valley Community College Foundation established a capital campaign committee comprised of industry partners and longtime faculty and set out to raise $75 million for construction and equipment.

Renderings

Aerial Rendering of ATEC
Aerial Rendering of ATEC

 

Rendering of ATEC Tech Walk
Rendering of ATEC Tech Walk

 

Rendering of ATEC Interior Entrance
Rendering of ATEC Interior Entrance

Project Contacts

Roger A. Ramsammy, Ph.D.
President
Guenther Enrollment Services Center, Room 164
Regina M. LaGatta '73
Vice President of External and Government Affairs
Guenther Enrollment Services Center, Room 163

Valerie Paull
Technical Assistant
Administrative Building, Room 280