MAKERS: Women Who Make America celebrated the work of ten women on March 10,2017. The event, held at the Women’s Rights Historical Park in Seneca Falls celebrated the contributions of these women and their efforts in the community. Among those honored were OCL’s very own Laurie Black and Laura Miller . Congratulations Ladies and thank you for your outstanding efforts!
The public is invited to the next study session which will examine career education programs and opportunities in CNY. The session is scheduled for Monday, January 23 from 12-1:30 p.m. at Fowler High School (Public Service Academy), 227 Magnolia Street, Syracuse. Call 315-443-5404 for more information.
OCL continues with its current study with a series of study session that are open to the public. The January 9 session featured representatives from area non-profits including Syracuse Stage, the Everson Museum, Catholic Charities, Housing Visions, and Syracuse Community Connections to name a few. The panel discussed how many people they employ, their sources... Read more »
The Onondaga Citizens League continues its current study, “How CNY Works” by inviting the public to participate in the next study session. OCL is examining the diversity and future of CNY’s economic base. The next session will be held at Jazz Central on Monday, January 9, 2017 from 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. This session... Read more »
OCL continues its current study, “How CNY Works” by inviting the public to participate in the next study session that will continue to examine neighborhood economic development and grassroots efforts. Where the earlier session emphasized large-scale, top-down economic planning and development, the Dec. 14 session will take a look at bottom-up, decentralized business and neighborhood... Read more »