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Press Release: Nominations Now Open for Achievement Awards
Troy, N.Y. – The International Center of the Capital Region (ICCR) is hosting its first Achievement Awards Ceremony this fall to honor foreign-born community members and others in the community who have made significant contributions to the area while advancing cross-cultural dialogue through volunteerism and advocacy. Nominations are open now until April 22nd. Read full press release
Press Release: New Executive Director Future Plans
Troy, N.Y. – The International Center of the Capital Region (ICCR) announced their new Executive Director, Jennifer Zhao, at the end of 2021.In a few short months, Zhao has laid the groundwork for an exciting and inspiring future for the international focused non-profit organization in the Capital Region. Read full press release
Troy, N.Y. – The International Center of the Capital Region (ICCR) today celebrated its relocation to Hudson Valley Community College with leaders from Hudson Valley, ICCR, local elected officials, and Aneesa Waheed, owner of Tara Kitchen, as the event’s keynote speaker. After the speaking program, attendees participated in round table discussions focusing on fund development, community engagement, and the speakers’ bureau and local resources. Read full press release
Troy, NY – The International Center of the Capital Region (ICCR) has moved its headquarters to the Hudson Valley Community College. Formerly located in Troy, the ICCR is a non-profit organization founded in 1956 to promote cultural understanding by welcoming international leaders and newcomers to the Capital Region. The new office of ICCR will be located in the Fitzgibbons Health Technology Center in a shared space with the college’s Office of Global Initiatives. Read full press release