Rockland and Orange County Leaders Discuss Issues at Dominican College

Palisades Institute at Dominican College

Rockland County Executive Ed Day, Orange County Executive Steven Neuhaus and Palisades Institute Executive Director Stanley Jacoby at the County Executives Forum in Rosary Hall.

Rockland County Executive Ed Day and Orange County Executive Steven Neuhaus talked about their efforts to improve the fiscal outlook, crack down on welfare fraud, fight state mandates and bring business into their counties during today’s County Executives Forum at Dominican College, sponsored by the Palisades Institute.

“Today’s Palisades Institute Forum provided Orange County Executive Steve Neuhaus and me a valuable opportunity to share our experiences and visions with an engaged audience of local business leaders,” said Rockland County Executive Ed Day. “Both counties face similar economic challenges. By working with each other and our residents, Steve and I will continue to move our counties forward into brighter futures.”

During the forum at Rosary Hall, the leaders talked about their accomplishments and answered questions from the audience on current topics. Both Day and Neuhaus are Republicans who began their four-year terms in January 2014.

The Palisades Institute was created in 1990 as part of Dominican College to serve business, government and not-for-profit organizations in Rockland and nearby counties. The Institute encourages professionals to integrate the concepts of Leadership, Quality and Ethics to achieve long-term success.

 

Rockland and Orange County Leaders to Attend Forum at Dominican College

14 CE ForumRockland County Executive Ed Day and Orange County Executive Steven Neuhaus will be at Dominican College on Thursday, July 30, 2015, to take part in the annual County Executives Forum sponsored by the Palisades Institute.

The County Executives will face questions about the economy, public projects, social services and taxes. They will also explain what challenges they have faced and what successes they have achieved since taking office. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions of the County Executives as well.

Both Day and Neuhaus are Republican County Executives who began their four-year terms in January 2014.

The Forum takes place from 8  a.m. to 10 a.m. in the Lawrence Room of Rosary Hall. Continental Breakfast is served at 8 a.m., with the program beginning at 8:30 a.m. To register, call (845) 848-7806 or register online by clicking here.

The Palisades Institute was created in 1990 as part of Dominican College to serve business, government and not-for-profit organizations in Rockland and nearby counties. The Institute encourages professionals to integrate the concepts of Leadership, Quality and Ethics to achieve long-term success.

July 22nd Information Session Targets Prospective Students Interested in Adult Undergraduate and Graduate Programs

Dominican College welcomes adult students who want to reach their full potential and excel following graduation. The College offers a supportive, nurturing environment and caters to career-oriented students, with classes available evenings, weekends and online.

If you are interested in taking adult undergraduate or graduate courses, Dominican College is holding an Information Session on Wednesday, July 22, 2015. The session will take place from 5:30 to 7:30 in the Hennessy Center, 495 Western Highway, Orangeburg, NY. If you would like to attend, please register at www.dc.edu/rsvp .

Adult programs offered at Dominican College include nursing programs for Registered Nurses (RNs) wanting to obtain a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), and for career changers seeking a BSN. The College also has online programs for adults to earn degrees in Criminal Justice, Management, Psychology, Communication Studies and the Social Sciences. Graduate programs at Dominican College include Business Administration, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy and Teacher Education.

Students at Dominican College are offered the highest levels of personal support. The College fosters relationships between students and faculty members through small classes, with a student-faculty ratio of 15:1 and an emphasis on individual attention. If you are juggling work, family and other responsibilities, Dominican College can offer the support, the flexibility and the inspiration you need to realize your goals. It’s a superb environment to develop and flourish academically and personally

Dominican College has a diverse student population which includes traditional undergraduates, transfer students, working adult learners and students earning professional degrees.