Corporate and Community Partnerships
We are dedicated to developing mutually beneficial partnerships that improve our region. We provide:
- Resources to support local economic development
- Access to state-of-the-art local facilities
- Programs to develop local leaders
- Connections to the College’s rigorous degree programs
- Quality training programs
If you are interested in more information on becoming a partner please email us at email@example.com.
Connecting to Degree Programs
Degree Program Input
By developing relationships with the College, employers can provide valuable input into degree program development.
Internships and Job Opportunities
Employers benefit from connections to College alumni and current students in degree programs. Contact us to learn how to provide internship opportunities or post jobs.
Numerous area employers offer tuition reimbursement plans for employees, and we can provide assistance in the process.
Career Coach links prospective and current students to degree programs by letting them explore local and national job opportunities and salary data. Call us today to be listed as a “partner ”on our degree program pages so you will be known by our students as they seek employment.
Local Economic Development
Startup NY provides resources for new and expanding businesses that partner with a New York state college or university.
Rev Ithaca Startup Works
Rev is a partnership between Tompkins Cortland Community College, Cornell University, and Ithaca College that provides workspace, mentoring, and other resources to local entrepreneurs.
We are a partner in Tompkins County Workforce Development’s Bridge to Employment and Academic Marketplace (BEAM) program designed to help adults ages 19 through 30 build better futures through continuing education. BEAM helps individuals succeed by offering career guidance, help with financial aid applications and other resources for young adults interested in returning to college. The BEAM program is made possible by a Workforce Innovation Fund grant provided by the United States Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration.
Meeting and event Space available at the College’s three locations:
Ithaca, Cortland, and Dryden.
Developing Local Leaders
Leadership Cortland develops emerging community leaders in Cortland County through a series of professional development activities, culminating in a community-need-focused series of group projects.
Leadership Tompkins provides essential leadership training to emerging leaders in Tompkins County and taps into their energy and creativity to develop a series of community-based projects.