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One of the most important roles of county government is the many services it provides. Services are offered through many county departments and offices, including the Department of Social Services, Department for Children, Youth and Families, Department of Health, Department of Mental Health, Department of Aging, and Veterans Service Bureau. Below you will find information about important services offered by the County.

 

County Website: www.AlbanyCounty.com

County Departments and Offices Website: http://albanycounty.com/Government/Departments.aspx

 

Useful Links and Contact Information for County Departments and Services:

 

Capital South Campus Center

& Trinity Alliance

​The Capital South Campus Center (CSCC) is an educational building located in the South End. It is run by Trinity Alliance and has partnerships with many local colleges and universities. Trinity Alliance offers many great (mostly FREE) programs and services from the Capital South Campus Center and the Trinity Center.

 

CSCC: 20 Warren St  |  518-694-4510

Trinity Center: 15 Trinity Pl  |  518-449-5155

Website: http://www.trinityalliancealbany.org/

 

Programs offered:

  • Large variety of educational classes

  • Welding certificate classes that can lead to a good job

  • Help applying for jobs and writing a resume

  • Tax filing assistance

  • Food pantry

  • Children's camps

Schenectady County Community College

Schenectady County Community College (SCCC) offers classes in Downtown Albany.

SCCC: 112 State Street  |  518-871-9079

Website: https://sunysccc.edu/About-Us/Campus-Visit-and-Extension-Sites/-SCCC-Albany  

 

Programs offered:

  • Nanoscale Material Technology

  • Alternative Energy Technology

  • Casino and Gaming Hospitality

  • Medical Coding and Billing

  • Paralegal

  • Human Services

 

Albany County Employment

Albany County often hires for open positions. Most positions with the County require taking a civil service test. All inquiries relating to criminal history are prohibited until after a conditional offer of employment is made.​

http://www.albanycounty.com/exams.aspx

City of Albany Employment

The City of Albany often hires for open positions. Most positions with the City require taking a civil service test.

 

http://www.albanyny.org/Government/Departments/HumanResources/Employment/ExamSchedule.aspx

Albany County Summer Intern Program

The Albany County Legislature's summer intern program allows young people to gain valuable work experience while earning a competitive wage. The program is designed for high school and undergraduate students who have had difficulties obtaining a job due to a lack of training and/or experience.

The program pays $11/hour and is open to all residents of Albany County from ages 17 through 21.


http://www.albanycounty.com/summerinternship.aspx

Note: The deadline for this year's internship program has passed.

Albany County Division of Affirmative Action

The Division of Affirmative Action recruits qualified women, minorities, disabled individuals and veterans for current and future job vacancies. For more information regarding employment opportunities, contact the Division of Affirmative Action:

 

Phone: 518-447-5510

http://www.albanycounty.com/Government/Departments/DepartmentofHumanResources/DivisionofAffirmativeAction.aspx

New York State Employment

Albany County often hires for open positions. Most positions with the County require taking a civil service test. All inquiries relating to criminal history are prohibited until after a conditional offer of employment is made.​

https://statejobsny.com/