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Featured Events

UVC Photo Gallery

Serial entrepreneur will meet with 12 startups on upstate New York tech tour
SciTech Panel at LeMoyne College
Steve Raines - UNY50 Leadership Network
Become a UVC Community Connector
Ryan Miller @ 2015 Upstate Venture Ecosystem Awards
13th Annual Frank Fernandez Dinner at Le Moyne College
Ecovative Founder at Cornell
Syracuse CoWorks Members
NEXUS-NY Judges
The Thrive Project Team
Sep
3
Tue
QuickBooks for Your Business @ East Side Busienss Center
Sep 3 @ 6:00 pm – Sep 24 @ 6:00 pm

Hands on classes for learning and using QuickBooks – the most used bookkeeping software for small businesses. All in a small group setting. Laptops with QuickBooks 2018 provided if you do not have one. Sorry, no Apple or Cloud versions allowed. Free follow-up individual sessions available.

$95 for 4 sessions. Veterans are FREE courtesy of a grant from M&T Bank.

Call the Syracuse SCORE office for information.

Sep
20
Fri
2019 Upstate Unleashed Conference @ Turning Stone Resort
Sep 20 all-day
2019 Upstate Unleashed Conference @ Turning Stone Resort

The 5th annual Upstate Unleashed Conference and Awards will be held September 20th at Turning Stone Resort in Verona, NY.

Join UVC, partners and over 400 entrepreneurial leaders for an unforgettable day. Meet the top CEOs of Upstate NY’s fastest growing companies, and celebrate startup ecosystem builders across our region during an Awards Luncheon.

This Conference sold out the last three years and tickets will go fast!
Early bird tickets end on July 26. Tickets after July 26th will be $95. We have sponsorships available that include tables of 8.

We are currently looking for speakers and sponsors for this event. If interested please contact Kathryn@UVC.org

Sep
21
Sat
Linux Workshop @ Interlock Rochester
Sep 21 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Linux WorkshopCome and get your questions about Linux answered. We have experts on hand to fix problems and answer questions about Ubuntu and FOSS. Bring your system in so we can help you get the most from your FOSS.

Sep
24
Tue
Hack Night at Interlock
Sep 24 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Weekly meetup for Interlock Members (and their guests) to come and visit, work on their projects, or share what they’ve been working on. It’s open to visitors but the First Tuesday’s of the month are the best time to visit if this is your first time.

Sep
25
Wed
GENIUS NY Investor Demo Day @ Capsule Studio
Sep 25 all-day
GENIUS NY Investor Demo Day @ Capsule Studio

Join us Wednesday, September 25 as the GENIUS NY Accelerator hosts a closed-door event for investors. Companies will pitch and show off demos in back-to-back sessions starting at 2PM at Capsule Studio in New York City. The event will be followed by a social networking session.

Innovation Collective Fireside Chat with Bob Donnelly @ The thINCubator
Sep 25 all-day

Come out for an evening of story-telling, free wine, beer, and soft drinks, and hear from a Utica native about what compelled him to entrepreneurship.o and Bo Jackson?

Our first fireside chat will feature the incredible story of someone who knows what it’s like to be born and raised in the Mohawk Valley and is now back to help make our community a better place! Bob Donnelly will be sharing his journey with us and telling us about how he built a clothing empire and why he left it behind to come back to Utica and build something new!

Come out for an evening of story-telling, free wine, beer, and soft drinks, and hear from a Utica native about what compelled him to enrtrepreneurship.

Doors open at 6 and the interview starts at 6:30. This event is free to the public, but we encourage you to RSVP so that we can save you a seat!

So mark your calendar for September 25th at 6PM.

RSVP here for this free event: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/september-fireside-chat-utica-tickets-71417077401

RIT Fall Career Fair @ Gordon Field House
Sep 25 @ 8:00 am – 4:00 pm

RIT sponsors a major fall and spring career fair. Both career fairs are held on campus and provide a day for fair activities followed by a day for on-campus interviewing. RIT Career Fairs allow you to showcase your company’s products and services, plus meet face-to-face with RIT’s students and alumni to discuss employment opportunities.

You will have the opportunity to talk with potential RIT co-op students, graduating students and alumni from all majors. On average, RIT’s Career Fair is attended by over 4,000 students and alumni from 9 colleges.

Fees
The registration fee is $550 for the fair and includes two recruiters. Additional reps are $75 each. If you wish to stay the next day to interview career fair candidates, the fee is $125 for 2 recruiters, and additional reps are $75 each.
Each table is 6ft long and will be skirted.

Please visit our Career Fairs at RIT page that highlights all of our fairs and related events.

Sep
26
Thu
Solutions Forum for New York State Manufacturers: Workforce Alternatives for Contract Manufacturers @ Cortland Country Club
Sep 26 @ 7:30 am – 3:30 pm

Are you facing workforce challenges? Is it hard to find good people to perform tasks like kitting, assembly, filling, packaging, light manufacturing, and product development? Outsourcing to Asia might seem like the only option, but there’s a better way.

Koffman Workshop Series: Franchising Demystified @ Koffman Southern Tier Incubator
Sep 26 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Hear from franchising consultant Erika Davis of FranNet of Central New York. In this Koffman Workshop, learn about the unique opportunities franchising can offer. Discover the pros and cons of starting your own business, a look at franchise ownership, misconceptions about franchising and how to find the right franchise.

Sep
28
Sat
DevFestCR19 @ University at Albany
Sep 28 @ 8:00 am – Sep 29 @ 1:00 pm
DevFestCR19 @ University at Albany

Welcome to year four of the Capital Region Google Developer Group DevFest conference. This year, DevFestCR extends over 2 days. We are offering workshops on Day 2. A Day 1 ticket is required before a Day 2 ticket can be purchased. Please see http://devfest.gdgcapitalregion.com for the links to registration for both days. This conference targets serving the local and regional software engineer / developer / architect / product manager / student community. Topics will be offered in areas such as: mobile, web apps, AR/VR, IoT, machine learning, Flutter and cloud computing. We appreciate your support and that of our sponsors, which helps the entire community to grow. Please see http://devfest.gdgcapitalregion.com for additional event details, including tickets (purchased through EventBrite), speaker CFP and sponsor information. See you at UAlbany for DevFestCR19! Directions to DevFestCR19: Head to the University at Albany uptown campus at 1400 Washington Avenue, Albany, NY. Below is a more detailed map of where the event and parking will be relative to Washington Ave. The event will be held in the Campus Center (shown with the red pin on the map). Please park in either the Social Science Purple Faculty Lot or the Colonial Quad Gold Student Overflow Lot (Across from the Building 25 and Empire Commons Housing Complex) parking lots for the event. There will be purple-colored signs leading you from the entrance to UAlbany campus directly to the parking for the event. In addition, signs will be placed along the route you will need to walk to get from the parking lots to the Campus Center. So, please navigate to the UAlbany Campus and then simply follow the purple-colored signs to DevFestCR19.

#IamRemarkable Workshop – DevFest’19 – Join us! @ University at Albany
Sep 28 @ 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm

Hello GDG Capital Region enthusiasts, We are excited to invite you to attend the #IamRemarkable Workshop. #IamRemarkable is a Google initiative empowering women and underrepresented groups to celebrate their achievements in the workplace and beyond. In this session, you will develop the confidence to promote yourselves in the workplace and personal life, thereby breaking modesty norms and glass ceilings. This program aims to: 1. Improve the motivation and self-promotion skills of women and underrepresented groups. 2. Change social perceptions and refresh the conversation around self-promotion. Reserve your spot. Seats are limited.Please see http://devfest.gdgcapitalregion.com for additional event details, including tickets (purchased through EventBrite), links to registration, speaker CFP and sponsor information. Agenda:3:30 – 3:40 Networking Main Area University at Albany3:40 – 3:45 Opening Remarks, announcements3:45 – 4:55 #IamRemarkable Workshop4:55 – 5:00 Workshop wrap-up, closing comments, and Networking When:Saturday, September 28, 20193:30 PM to 5:00 PM Where:UAlbany1400 Washington Avenue, Albany, NY Come join us at UAlbany – DevFestCR19See you there! Directions to DevFestCR19: Head to the University at Albany uptown campus at 1400 Washington Avenue, Albany, NY. Below is a more detailed map of where the event and parking will be relative to Washington Ave. The event will be held in the Campus Center (shown with the red pin on the map). Please park in either the Dutch Purple or Dutch Gold parking lots for the event. There will be purple-colored signs leading you from the entrance to UAlbany campus directly to the parking for the event. In addition, signs will be placed along the route you will need to walk to get from the parking lots to the Campus Center. So, please navigate to the UAlbany Campus and then simply follow the purple-colored signs to DevFestCR19.

Oct
1
Tue
Steps to Grow Your Existing Business – Syracuse SCORE @ East Side Busness Center
Oct 1 all-day

In this workshop, you will learn the three distinct next steps: 1. Assess what you have created, 2. Develop a plan for growth, and 3. Executing and modifying that plan.

Along the way, you will learn:

Business Assessment and Goal Setting
Managing Your Time, People and Resources
Marketing Your Business
Growing Your Sales
Financial Management
Managing Operations

Tuesday October 1, 9am to 4:30pm

Lunch is included! Veterans are free courtesy of a grant from M&T Bank.
Parking is free.

All presented by local experts from SCORE. The last hour will include meeting one-on-one with SCORE mentors for FREE individual consultation (if you choose).

Ithaca Web People
Oct 1 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Join us at Foundry on the first Tuesday of every month, where we typically feature two web-tech talks each month. We welcome community members of all experience levels and any loosely “web” related interests. Whether you’re a freelance programmer, a student of graphic design, or an HR representative for a technology company — we hope you’ll come join us for pizza, beer, and casual conversation! Here are some links to our slack channel and our Trello if you need ’em: Slack: https://join.slack.com/t/ithacawebpeople/shared_invite/enQtNDM1OTIzNDA2MzkwLWNiYmExM2MyMTk4MTg0ZDQyYTRkYTk4NmE2NWUwNjdhNjIwM2Y3MjNkOGE5YzAwZDI5MDRhNWQyZTkxNjc1NjkTrello: https://trello.com/invite/b/oRS3Qyj0/1f1461479d8a1d1d2ab6b14fd4fb25df/ithaca-web-people-talks

Open Night at the space
Oct 1 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

On the first Tuesday of each month we have our Open Night. It starts with a very short (15 min) business meeting and then we open the floor to members. Members give a short presentation bragging about the cool things they have accomplished in the past month or shamefully admit they have failed.
So come out and meet the geeks.

Oct
3
Thu
Beyond The Pixels @ Comedy @ The Carlson
Oct 3 @ 10:00 am – Oct 5 @ 4:00 pm
Beyond The Pixels @ Comedy @ The Carlson

Beyond The Pixels is a one-of-a-kind conference experience for UX designers and product people – once again jam-packed with intimate workshops, valuable networking, and talks from world-renowned industry experts.

We’re hosting again in Rochester, NY (Oct. 3-5) for a slate of design experts as guest speakers.

We look forward to seeing you as together we seek to deepen our knowledge of user experience design and walk away with a new set of tools to share with our teams.

Community Beers after Rochester Security Summit @ 187 St Paul St
Oct 3 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Join us after the Rochester Security Summit at St. Paul Proper for drinks and meeting up IRL. Interlock members will be in attendance and this is a good chance to meet some of the people in different groups (ROCDEV, Rochester 2600, ISSA, OWASP, etc) and others in the Rochester tech community. Invite your friends and co-workers, no fees involved. We have a dedicated area in the back of the bar but we’ll be hanging out all over.

Oct
4
Fri
Rochester 2600
Oct 4 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Rochester 2600 is an information-security / hacker meetup that meets regularly at the hackerspace, Interlock Rochester. It’s a loosely organized group that hangs out, does presentations related to security and technology, and discusses a variety of topics throughout the night. All are welcome. Agenda usually includes: * a monthly information security news that’s relevant * [Usually] at least one presentation on a hacker-ish topic. Visit https://www.rochester2600.com for this month’s meeting details

Oct
5
Sat
Hack Upstate XIV @ The Technology Garden
Oct 5 – Oct 6 all-day
Hack Upstate XIV @ The Technology Garden

Hack Upstate organizes weekend hackathons twice a year (Fall & Spring) where developers, designers, engineers and innovators from across Upstate New York come to Syracuse, NY, to share ideas, form teams, build projects, and win awesome prizes in 24 hours.

The event is FREE to attend for all participants and there will be FREE food and swag. Join us October 5th and 6th at the Tech Garden in Syracuse for a weekend long invention marathon!

Oct
7
Mon
New York State Innovation Summit @ Rochester Convention Center
Oct 7 – Oct 8 all-day
New York State Innovation Summit @ Rochester Convention Center

FuzeHub is hosting a New York State Innovation Summit in collaboration with Empire State Development’s Division of Science, Technology & Innovation (NYSTAR) in Rochester in October 2019. Learn about the technologies that are defining a new generation of products and manufacturing capabilities, showcase your own successes leveraging advanced technologies, and discover how New York State’s innovation ecosystem can accelerate your company’s growth.

Millennials in Manufacturing Awards @ Rochester Convention Center
Oct 7 @ 12:00 am – Oct 8 @ 11:45 pm
Millennials in Manufacturing Awards @ Rochester Convention Center

Calling NYS manufacturing companies that have employees 39  or younger playing a vital role in the manufacturing of the company’s products.

Is there a young employee at your manufacturing company that has demonstrated initiative in innovating new products or processes that are keeping your team competitive? Nominate them for the Millennials in Manufacturing Awards for a chance to win up to $2,500 and be recognized at the New York State Innovation Summit, being held in Rochester on October 7-8.

Apply and learn more here >

Oct
8
Tue
October monthly Flutter Meetup – Join us! @ 242 Union St
Oct 8 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Hello Capital Region GDG Flutter enthusiasts, We are holding our next monthly Flutter meetup! During this meetup, we will be sure to get everyone up to speed on the fundamentals of the language and development environment. After this, we will launch into a longer term project to build out an eCommerce app for Android and IOS.Feel free to bring your own laptop to follow along with Flutter install. You can use the following link to install Flutter.https://flutter.dev/docs/get-started/install Github Repo – Flutter Monthly Meetup Activity and Code Snippets.https://github.com/GDG-CR/flutter Agenda:5:00 – 5:30 Food, Drinks, and Networking5:30 – 5:45 Opening Remarks, Meetup announcements5:45 – 6:00 Flutter presentation and environment setup6:00 – 7:30 Codelab – Learn Flutter & Dart – Build e-commerce app7:30 – 8:00 Meetup wrap-up, closing comments, and Networking When:Tuesday, October 8, 20195:00 PM to 8:00 PM Where:Jahnel Group242 Union St · Schenectady, NY Come join us at Jahnel GroupSee you there! ================== Environment setup: The event will be hands-on, so make sure to bring your laptop and set up your environment in advance and be ready to code. Feel free to bring your own laptop to follow along with Flutter installed https://flutter.dev/docs/get-started/install . For the Flutter Codelab, please do the following:You need two pieces of software to complete this lab: the Flutter SDK, and an editor. This codelab assumes Android Studio/Visual Studio Code, but you can use your preferred editor. You can run this Codelab using any of the following devices:- A physical device ( Android https://flutter.dev/docs/get-started/install/macos#+set-up-your-android-device or iOS https://flutter.dev/docs/get-started/install/macos#deploy-to-ios-devices ) connected to your computer and set to developer mode.- The iOS simulator https://flutter.dev/docs/get-started/install/macos#+set-up-the-ios-simulator (Requires installing XCode tools.)-The Android emulator https://flutter.dev/docs/get-started/install/macos#+set-up-the-android-emulator (Requires setup in Android Studio.) For the App Engine Codelab, please sign up for a Google Cloud Platform https://cloud.google.com/free/ free account, and have a browser and editor ready to go. For the Actions Codelab, please sign up for a Google Cloud Platform https://cloud.google.com/free/ free account, and have a browser ready to go. See you all there! ================== What we are about: Google Developer Group of the Capital Region – Flutter Group.This group is for mobile developers interested in Flutter, Google’s new mobile UI framework for crafting high-quality native interfaces on iOS and Android in record time. Whether you are just starting a new Flutter project, or an experienced developer looking to discuss advanced topics, you are welcome to join our group and share your ideas with us! ================== Details:Join the Google Developer Group of the Capital Region – Flutter Group We will take a look at Flutter https://flutter.dev/ to investigate what it brings to the table for mobile app developers. We will learn how to get started using Flutter to design, develop and deploy native apps with high performance and low development costs. Flutter works with existing code, is used by developers and organizations around the world and is free and open source. We will work on a very simple Flutter app using a step-by-step Google tutorial. Together we will discover advantages like hot-reload, complete code sharing for both platforms and a modern, reactive UI framework. We will discuss which architecture patterns can help give your Flutterapps a testable, reusable, and cohesive structure. After the talk, you hopefully will have a better picture of what Flutter is capable of, its state of maturity and which use-cases for which it is already being used.

Toolkit Session: Anthony Obas, author of “Shifting Your Music Into A Career– A Guide For Independent Artists To Be Full Time Artists” @ Blackstone LaunchPad powered by Techstars at SU
Oct 8 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm
Toolkit Session: Anthony Obas, author of “Shifting Your Music Into A Career– A Guide For Independent Artists To Be Full Time Artists” @ Blackstone LaunchPad powered by Techstars at SU

Anthony Obas will headline Toolkit Tuesday, October 8 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the Blackstone LaunchPad powered by Techstars at Bird Library. The independent artist and brand consultant will be talking about his new book, “Shifting Your Music Into A Career– A Guide For Independent Artists To Be Full Time Artists.” The self-published book gives self-releasing artists insights and advice on how to turn their part-time music career into a full time career, taking on various case studies from mainstream artists, to personal observations, and research from other music business writers. It simplifies these into basic instructions on how to do music full time, and pursue what artists love to do, which is produce creative works.

Obas will be talking about brand development and shaping your product. The event is open to the public, free of charge. All are welcome to attend.

He launched his book tour earlier this summer in Brooklyn at an event with performances by Meko Sky, Twelve E, and Jesediah. Music accompanied by DJ 500k and hosted by yours truly, Jasmine Lee, Queen of Critics.

Obas ’20 (Whitman) has always seen the bigger picture. That bigger picture is communicated in his work successfully curating live events such as “This is Upstate,” where six artists from the upstate New York area, (three from Syracuse and three from Utica) competed for bragging rights for their respective area.

Obas’ series of rants, appropriately titled, “#Obasrants,” helped him to communicate his vision with the masses. From the development of local artists to not having hot water in his apartment, Obas has found a way to keep a smile on his face while ranting about what matters to him. Born and raised the youngest of three in Harlem, New York, Obas had an enchanting childhood. This all came together in his high school years as he attended Xavier High School where he was focused on getting the right mentality.

During his sophomore year at Syracuse, Obas served as director of operations for a label called Voiceless Music. While simultaneously handling company finances, he popularized a blog on the label’s website. By hosting events like the Voiceless Music Meetup, This is Upstate, and multiple others on campus, Obas has created spaces for creatives and entrepreneurs to network with each other and exchange ideas. His brand has recently gained notoriety throughout Upstate New York and New York City, through his entertaining #ObasRants. His well-attended events, charming personality and growing social media presence have helped his personal brand continue to grow.

His new business venture, called Guided by Obas, is an independent consulting agency designed to take artists and brands that are good and make them better, through principles of personal and brand growth.

Some parts of this story by Jalen Nash, as previously published in LaunchPad news.

WNY iPhone Developers Meetup, now at BGS
Oct 8 @ 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm

New date, time and location!
The Western New York iPhone Developers’ Group now meets at 6:30pm on the second Tuesday of each month at Buffalo Game Space, on the fourth floor of the TriMain Center building.
Rough agenda:
6:30pm – 6:45pm: Meet new people, decide what we want to cover. 6:45pm – 7:45pm: Introductory topics/tutorial sessions if new iOS developers are present and interested. 7:45pm – 9:00pm: Intermediate/advanced topics, code reviews, demos, etc. 9:00pm – whenever: Hang out, socialize, hack, conspire, scheme, whatnot.
The WNY iPhone Developers’ Meetup welcomes anyone who is interested in iPhone/iPad development. Whether you’re new to the platform or a seasoned pro, we try to make sure that everyone gets something out of each meetup.
Topics we typically discuss include:
* Finish an app recently? Congratulations! Give us a demo and we’ll celebrate together. * Learned any intermediate/advanced iPhone APIs, open source libraries, or coding tricks lately? Teach us! * Curious about an API or technology? Ask the group. Someone probably has some relevant experience they can share. * Stuck on a bug? We’ll try to fix it together, and maybe we’ll all learn something new. * Working on an app and want constructive criticism? We can put it up on the projector and review your UI or your code. * Not sure about the best way to approach some problem? Let’s talk about it. * What are the most successful strategies and tactics for marketing an app? Let’s share what we’ve learned.

Hack Night at Interlock
Oct 8 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Weekly meetup for Interlock Members (and their guests) to come and visit, work on their projects, or share what they’ve been working on. It’s open to visitors but the First Tuesday’s of the month are the best time to visit if this is your first time.

Oct
9
Wed
Technology Innovation Showcase & Matchmaking Event @ Multi-Purpose Room UAlbany Campus Center
Oct 9 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Technology Innovation Showcase & Matchmaking Event @ Multi-Purpose Room UAlbany Campus Center

Innovate 518 invites startup companies to showcase their technology and innovative ideas in the UAlbany Campus Center. Students, faculty, researchers and entrepreneurs are welcome to network and connect with startup companies at the event. This event is a highly interactive showcase of innovative and commercially viable technologies connected to startup companies aligned with UAlbany’s research and academic strengths. Explore potential synergies to your research and career goals and strengthen your portfolio.

Oct
11
Fri
Hudson Valley Tech Festival and Hackathon @ Suny Orange and Mount Saint Mary College
Oct 11 – Oct 12 all-day
Hudson Valley Tech Festival and Hackathon @ Suny Orange and Mount Saint Mary College |  |  |

This fall, the first ever Hudson Valley Tech Festival will be held during Columbus Day weekend, October 11th & 12th, 2019 in the City of Newburgh. Founded by Open Hub, Hudson Valley’s premier tech education program and partnering with CreativesMX, the creative economy ignitor, the two-day event promises to be a major conference in the region’s burgeoning tech space.

Hudson Valley Tech Festival will bring together tech professionals, entrepreneurs, government and community leaders to discuss strategies for technology oriented economic development in the Mid-Hudson Valley.

This conference will be for anyone looking to
• learn and lead the best tech practices for specific industries
• network with tech practitioners and trend setters
• gain visionary insights on technology trends and opportunities
• explore how technology can be applied to solve civic challenges
.
Our focus is on showcasing future trends, best practices, stories of successful collaborations, lessons learned, and solutions to community-wide issues within our various program tracks. We plan to cover:
– Tech workforce development
– Technology Education
– Civic Tech / UrbanTech
– Open Data
– Healthcare Tech, AgroTech, FinTech, CreativeTech
– Business Advancement through Digital Technology
– Cloud Services, IOT, RPA, Blockchain, ML, AI, Cybersecurity, Open Source

Newburgh NY DevFest @ Orange County Community College @ SUNY Orange)
Oct 11 @ 9:00 am – Oct 12 @ 6:00 pm

DevFest in Newburgh, organized by GDGCR. Please see https://festival.openhubproject.com for more information.

Wireless Meetup
Oct 11 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

The Wireless Meetup (Formerly the SDR Meetup) will be for people to learn more about Software Defined Radios, RF transmissions, and any kinds of wireless communications you can think of. We have some SDR units available if you’d like to learn or bring in your project to play with.

Oct
15
Tue
QuickBooks 2 for Your Business @ East Side Business Center
Oct 15 @ 6:00 pm – Oct 29 @ 6:00 pm

Quickbooks is the most popular bookkeeping program for small businesses. If you have already learned how to enter basic transactions, learn how to use it more efficiently and effectively.

All in a small class atmosphere with QuickBooks on a laptop in front of you (you may use your own, if you choose). Sorry, no Apple or internet versions. Lots of time for questions and solutions to individual problems.

Presented by SCORE Professionals. Free follow-up individual meetings available with SCORE mentors.

VETERANS ARE FREE COURTESY OF A GRANT FROM M&T BANK – Call the SCORE Office to register

Hack Night at Interlock
Oct 15 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Weekly meetup for Interlock Members (and their guests) to come and visit, work on their projects, or share what they’ve been working on. It’s open to visitors but the First Tuesday’s of the month are the best time to visit if this is your first time.