In addition to our 24 higher education institutions (public and private colleges and universities), the Capital Region offers a host of opportunities for adults looking to learn new skills and become certified in some of today’s most in-demand science, technology, engineering and math-based (STEM) careers.
Find a Course or Program That’s Right For You
Capital Region BOCES Adult Education Program
Capital Region BOCES’ Adult Education catalog expands employment options for area residents and fosters partnerships with local employers by helping prepare students for success in today’s work world.
Questar III’s Adult Education and Workforce Development
Questar III’s Adult Education and Workforce Development is designed to provide learning opportunities that tap into the potential of the students we serve and then link them with meaningful employment that recognizes the skills, talents, and abilities they have developed.
Employment Training for Adults (ETA) a Division of WSWHE BOCES
The Employment Training for Adults (ETA) program is in the business of helping people prepare for a career or advance in a job they already have. Whether it’s a single course you need, or you’d like us to help you get an apprenticeship, we’re a great resource.
STEM learning for adults in the Capital Region
Developing non-traditional talent and advocate for a vibrant, inclusive tech talent pipeline through adult workforce training courses and K-12 coding programs.