Grants Received

Below are the grants awarded to the college.

2019

  • SUNY Clean Energy Training awarded $730,000 to conduct various clean energy / energy efficiency trainings.
  • American Association of Community Colleges awarded $139,425 to provide apprenticeships.
  • SUNY Community College Workforce Development Training Grant Program awarded $2,903 for workforce training in geographic dimensioning and tolerance for Dynamic Systems, Inc.
  • Stewart’s Holiday Match awarded $2,500 to provide tuition assistance for children to attend the college’s Children’s Summer Programs.
  • The McCarthy Charities granted $5,000 to provide tuition assistance for Troy children to attend the college’s Children’s Summer Programs.

2018

  • The Empire State Development Grants Program awarded $200,000 through the Consolidated Funding Application to expand and renovate the existing nursing laboratories.
  • The MVMA Foundation granted $2,000 to support a nursing student emergency fund.
  • The McCarthy Charities granted $5,000 to provide tuition assistance for Troy children to attend the college’s Children’s Summer Programs.
  • SUNY Apprenticeship Program awarded $31,800 to hold industry roundtables and conduct pre-apprenticeship trainings for advanced manufacturing.
  • Christmas Wish Campaign awarded $300 to provide tuition assistance for children to attend the college’s Children’s Summer Programs.
  • New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) awarded $54,666 to conduct an energy audit.
  • The William Gundry Broughton Charitable Private Foundation awarded $20,000 to support College in the High School scholarships.
  • The State Education Department P-TECH program awarded funds to provide youth in the Capital Region support to earn a degree in computer science or cybersecurity at Hudson Valley. This grant is part of a collaborative proposal between Watervliet Central School District, Capital Region BOCES, Hudson Valley Community College, Schenectady County Community College and local industry. Capital Region BOCES is the lead agency.
  • Stewart’s Holiday Match awarded $2,000 to provide tuition assistance for children to attend the college’s Children’s Summer Programs.
  • The National Grid Foundation awarded $15,000 to support the college’s line worker program.
  • The McCarthy Charities granted $5,000 to provide tuition assistance for Troy children to attend the college’s Children’s Summer Programs.

2017

  • The U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration awarded $1,500,000 to help fund the expansion of the Advanced Manufacturing Technology training facility.
  • The Empire State Development Grants Program awarded $2,900,000 through the Consolidated Funding Application to fund the expansion of the Advanced Manufacturing Technology training facility.
  • The Arnold Cogswell Health Fund of the Community Foundation for the Greater Capital Region granted $15,000 to expand and renovate the existing nursing laboratories.
  • The Bender Scientific Fund of The Community Foundation for the Greater Capital Region awarded $10,000 to upgrade physiological teaching kits.
  • SUNY Community College Workforce Development Training Grant Program awarded $60,000 for Advanced Manufacturing Technology non-credit training.
  • Christmas Wish Campaign awarded $300 to provide tuition assistance for children to attend the college’s Children’s Summer Programs.
  • The Community Foundation for the Greater Capital Region – Community Impact Grant awarded $6,910 to purchase mobility equipment for the Center for Access and Assistive Technology.
  • Stewart’s Holiday Match awarded $1,750 to provide tuition assistance for children to attend the college’s Children’s Summer Programs.

2016

  • The Empire State Development Grants Program awarded $75,000 through the Consolidated Funding Application to equip a direct current application laboratory, residential and commercial construction wiring laboratory, electric power systems laboratory, industrial motor control laboratory, industrial wiring laboratory, and industrial power electronics laboratory at the college’s renewable energy facility located in Malta, NY.
  • The Hearst Foundation awarded $100,000 to fund the expansion of the Advanced Manufacturing Technology training facility.
  • The McCarthy Charities granted $5,000 to provide tuition assistance for Troy children to attend the college’s Children’s Summer Programs.
  • Firehouse Subs Foundation granted $18,995 to purchase a Lifepak15 automatic defibrillator to train emergency medical technology and paramedic students using this life-saving device.
  • The William Gundry Broughton Charitable Private Foundation awarded $20,000 to support College in the High School scholarships.
  • Stewart’s Holiday Match awarded $2,000 to provide tuition assistance for children to attend the college’s Children’s Summer Programs.
  • Capital District Library Council awarded the Marvin Library $750 for cataloging.
  • The McCarthy Charities granted $5,000 to provide tuition assistance for Troy children to attend the college’s Children’s Summer Programs.

2015

  • The Empire State Development Grants Program awarded $1,000,000 through the Consolidated Funding Application to fund the expansion of the Advanced Manufacturing Technology training facility.
  • SUNY High Needs Program awarded $40,820 to sustain and expand biotechnology training.
  • SUNY High Needs Program awarded $90,263 to accredit the Health Information Management and Technology program. Funds will be used to revise the curriculum, and to provide administrative over-site and support.
  • The Community Foundation for the Greater Capital Region – Community Impact Grant awarded $8,600 to purchase an ADA compliant ramp for the McDonough Sports Complex.
  • JP Morgan Chase granted $230,000 to purchase mechatronics equipment.
  • Stewart’s Holiday Match awarded $2,000 to provide tuition assistance for children to attend the college’s Children’s Summer Programs.
  • Capital District Library Council awarded the Marvin Library $750 for cataloging.
  • The McCarthy Charities granted $5,000 to provide tuition assistance for Troy children to attend the college’s Children’s Summer Programs.

2014

  • The National Science Foundation awarded a $2,151,310 grant to expand the nanotechnology and semiconductor training opportunities provided by The Northeast Advanced Technological Education Center (NEATEC).
  • The McCarthy Charities granted $5,000 to provide tuition assistance for Troy children to attend the college’s Children’s Summer Programs.
  • The National Cancer Institute (part of the National Institutes of Health) awarded funds to integrate a tobacco cessation training program into the nursing department curriculum. This grant is part of a collaborative proposal with Albany Medical College as the lead applicant.
  • The William Gundry Broughton Charitable Private Foundation awarded $15,000 to support College in the High School scholarships.
  • Stewart’s Holiday Match awarded $1,900 to provide tuition assistance for children to attend the college’s Children’s Summer Programs.
  • Capital District Library Council awarded the Marvin Library $750 for cataloging.

2013

  • The American Library Association in conjunction with the National Endowment for the Humanities awarded the library $1,700 to host the national tour of the traveling exhibition Changing America: The Emancipation Proclamation, 1863 and the March on Washington, 1963.
  • The State Education Department Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH) program awarded funds to provide underserved youth in the City of Troy instructional and financial support to earn a degree in advanced manufacturing or biotechnology / biomanufacturing at Hudson Valley. This grant is part of a collaborative proposal between the Troy City School District, Questar III BOCES, Hudson Valley Community College and local industry. Troy City School District is the lead agency.
  • The State Education Department P-TECH program awarded funds to provide youth in the Ballston Spa Central School District support to earn a degree in clean energy at Hudson Valley. This grant is part of a collaborative proposal between the Ballston Spa Central School District, Hudson Valley Community College and local industry. Ballston Spa Central School District is the lead agency.
  • WGY Christmas Wish awarded $250 to provide tuition assistance for children to attend the college’s Children’s Summer Programs.
  • The National Endowment for the Humanities awarded the library the “Created Equal: America’s Civil Rights Struggle” film set and $1,200 for programming.
  • The Community Foundation for the Greater Capital Region – Community Impact Grantmaking awarded $5,000 to purchase ADA compliant lab benches.
  • The MVMA Foundation granted $4,000 to support nursing scholarships.
  • SUNY High Needs Program awarded $272,960 to sustain and expand biotechnology training. Funds will be used to add course modules pertinent to respective employers as well as purchase equipment.
  • SUNY Entrepreneur in Residence Program (EIR) awarded funds to leverage the experiences of the Albany Small Business Development Center and add an EIR who will focus specifically on enhancing the entrepreneurial environment on participating campuses. This grant is part of a collaborative proposal with the University at Albany and SUNY Cobleskill.
  • Stewart’s Holiday Match awarded $2,000 to provide tuition assistance for children to attend the college’s Children’s Summer Programs.
  • The National Endowment for the Humanities Bridging Cultures initiative awarded the library the Muslim Journeys Bookshelf collection.
  • The Standish Family Foundation (mini grant program) donated $500 to support the children’s programs associated with the Library’s Abraham Lincoln exhibit.

2012

  • The Capital District Library Council awarded $1,500 to the library to catalog unique college publications.
  • The US Department of Labor granted Hudson Valley $95,864 to support initiatives in its semiconductor program. This grant is part of a collaborative proposal with other SUNY community colleges.
  • The Bender Scientific Fund of The Community Foundation for the Greater Capital Region awarded $9,811 to purchase an aquatic tank research system to raise zebrafish in the college’s teaching laboratories.
  • New York State Division of Science, Technology and Innovation (NYSTAR) granted $130,421 to expand the college’s solar workforce training initiative.
  • Stewart’s Holiday Match awarded $1,750 to provide tuition assistance for children to attend the college’s Children’s Summer Programs.
  • The McCarthy Charities granted $1,500 to provide tuition assistance for Troy children to attend the college’s Children’s Summer Programs.

2011

  • The MVMA Foundation granted $1,500 to support nursing scholarships.
  • The Hearst Foundations granted $25,000 to support the college’s nursing program.
  • The Community Foundation for the Greater Capital Region’s Arnold Cogswell Healthcare Fund awarded $10,000 to purchase a medication dispensing system for the college’s nursing program.
  • Stewart’s Holiday Match awarded $1,750 to provide tuition assistance for children to attend the college’s Children’s Summer Programs.
  • NBT Bank granted $2,500 to support College in the High School scholarships.
  • The McCarthy Charities granted $1,500 to provide tuition assistance for Troy children to attend the college’s Children’s Summer Programs.

2010

  • The Standish Family Foundation donated $2,240 to provide tuition assistance for children to attend the college’s Children’s Summer Programs.
  • The Bender Scientific Fund of The Community Foundation for the Greater Capital Region awarded $10,000 to purchase a combustion calorimeter for the college’s teaching laboratories in chemistry and biology.
  • The M&T Charitable Foundation granted $50,000 (over 5 years) to support TEC-SMART.
  • Cohoes Savings Foundation donated $8,000 to support the Second Chance Scholarship Program.
  • The National Science Foundation awarded a $2,999,282 grant to establish a Regional Center for Semiconductor and Nanotechnology Education (RCSNE), which will prepare students for careers in these growing industries.
  • The State Education Department awarded $100,000 to support the expansion of merit-based scholarships and the administration of the overall scholarship program. These scholarships offer assistance to students of high academic achievement who are in need of financial assistance.
  • WGY Christmas Wish awarded $500 to provide tuition assistance for children to attend the college’s Children’s Summer Programs.
  • The McCarthy Charities granted $3,000 to provide tuition assistance for Troy children to attend the college’s Children’s Summer Programs.
  • The MVMA Foundation granted $2,000 to support nursing scholarships.
  • The US Department of Energy awarded a $300,000 grant to support large-scale wind training and equipment.
  • The William Gundry Broughton Charitable Private Foundation awarded $15,000 to support College in the High School scholarships.
  • Stewart’s Holiday Match awarded $2,000 to provide tuition assistance for children to attend the college’s Children’s Summer Programs.
  • The US Department of Labor awarded a $3,382,200 grant to support biotechnology and biomanufacturing instruction.

2009

  • The M&T Charitable Foundation granted $5,000 to support College in the High School scholarships.
  • NBT Bank granted $2,500 to support College in the High School scholarships.
  • The Lucille Herold Charitable Trust donated $9,000 to improve the lighting of the Maureen Stapleton Theatre.
  • The US Department of Energy awarded a $3,497,595 grant to support photovoltaic energy training.
  • The State Education Department awarded $100,000 to support the expansion of merit-based scholarships and the administration of the overall scholarship program. These scholarships offer assistance to students of high academic achievement who are in need of financial assistance.
  • WGY Christmas Wish awarded $330 to provide tuition assistance for children to attend the college’s Children’s Summer Programs.
  • Cohoes Savings Foundation donated $5,000 to support the Second Chance Scholarship Program.
  • The National Endowment for the Humanities granted $2,500 to support the travelling exhibit: “Lincoln: The Constitution and the Civil War.”
  • Stewart’s Holiday Match awarded $1,500 to provide tuition assistance for children to attend the college’s Children’s Summer Programs.
  • The US Department of Labor awarded a $1,970,590 grant to support energy efficiency training.
  • The McCarthy Charities granted $3,000 to provide tuition assistance for Troy children to attend the college’s Children’s Summer Programs.

2008

  • The Standish Family Foundation donated $5,000 to provide tuition assistance for children to attend the college’s Children’s Summer Programs.
  • The M&T Charitable Foundation granted $3,000 to support College in the High School scholarships.
  • The Equinox – Albany Community Foundation Fund awarded $10,000 to the nursing department to purchase simulation manikins.
  • An anonymous philanthropist granted our Teacher Preparation Program diversity training scholarships and textbooks for Head Start employees.
  • New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) awarded $1,250,000 to Hudson Valley to replicate its successful photovoltaic training courses at six colleges: SUNY Canton, Clinton Community College, North Country Community College, Erie Community College, Fulton-Montgomery Community College and SUNY Institute of Technology. Funds will also be used to complete geothermal workforce training at Hudson Valley, Erie Community College, SUNY Canton and SUNY Delhi.
  • The US Department of Education awarded a $478,492 grant to expand the nursing program.
  • The National Science Foundation awarded a $69,019 planning grant for the Tech Valley ATE Center for Semiconductor and Nanotechnology Workforce Development.
  • NBT Bank granted $5,000 to support College in the High School scholarships.
  • The New York State Foundation for Science, Technology & Innovation (NYSTAR) awarded a $700,000 grant to support curriculum development, instructor training, tuition assistance / supplemental course funding and administrative costs for the TEC-SMART program.
  • Cohoes Savings Foundation donated $8,000 to support the Second Chance Scholarship Program.
  • Stewart’s Holiday Match awarded $2,500 to provide tuition assistance for children to attend the college’s Children’s Summer Programs.
  • The McCarthy Charities granted $3,000 to provide tuition assistance for Troy children to attend the college’s Children’s Summer Programs.

2007

  • The MetLife Foundation’s Pathways to Student Success competition awarded $100,000 to help students enroll prepared for college coursework and succeed academically.
  • The M&T Charitable Foundation granted $2,500 to support College in the High School scholarships.
  • The William Gundry Broughton Charitable Private Foundation awarded $15,000 to support College in the High School scholarships.
  • Citizens Bank Foundation granted $10,000 to support College in the High School scholarships.
  • An anonymous philanthropist awarded our Teacher Preparation Program diversity training scholarships and textbooks for 10 – 20 Head Start employees.

Contact Information

Grants Development

Cheryl Beauchamp
Director of Grants
Fitzgibbons Health Technologies Center, Room 136
Fax: (518) 629-8070