SEED Entrepreneurial Program Generate 52 New Capital Region Jobs
In just six months, the University at Albany’s Small Enterprise Economic Development (SEED) program has invested $385,000 in the Capital District and created 52 new jobs. This unique job-creation partnership between UAlbany, SEFCU and Empire State Development (ESD) is the Capital Region's first character-based microloan program.
School of Social Welfare Students Take Summer Study Tours of Africa
For 11 summers, UAlbany School of Social Welfare (SSW) students, along with faculty, scholars and community practitioners, have traveled to African countries to see what social service delivery means in poorer nations and if government policies and programs are providing effective change and development.