2nd Annual Real Estate Summit
Innovation in Research 2018
Spring Networking Reception
All Access Healthcare Series Part...
Imagine being out of work for over two years, with bills to pay. We hope you’ll never have to experience this nightmare. But for tens of thousands in the Hudson Valley, that nightmare is a reality. But an inventive partnership between Westchester County Association, the Westchester-Putnam Workforce Development Board, and the U.S. Department of Labor called the Jobs Waiting program, seeks to retrain 500 of the region’s long-term unemployed to obtain skills in one of our hottest sectors: healthcare.
As renters look for less expensive options outside of New York City, the real estate development community is seeing new opportunity in Westchester County. Demand for apartments in the county’s urban areas is growing, fueling new investment in rental projects, especially along train lines.
Online registration for this event is now closed. Walk-ins are welcome.
A casual gatherings of WCA members and future members from businesses large and small. The reception attracts approximately 100-150 people.
The failure of Health Republic Insurance of New York has resulted in devastating financial losses for hospitals, physician groups and other healthcare providers in Westchester County and across New York State. The Westchester County Association has urged lawmakers to create legislation in the 2016 Legislative Session that would prevent the collapse of another insurer and has called for the creation of a fund that would cover the debt owed to healthcare providers for services rendered under the Health Republic insurance plan.