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Background Information

Employment History

Vice President for Community Development

Syracuse EOC


Vice President, Community Affairs

SUNY Morrisville


Principal

SUNY Morrisville


Dean and Director

Syracuse Educational Opportunity Center


Morrisville State College


Dean, Vice President for Community Development

Esfam Corp


Affiliations

Syracuse EOC

Board Member


The Gifford Foundation

Active Member


The Gifford Foundation

Board of Trustees Member


Web References(13 Total References)


The Constitution/Urban CNY News online edition

www.urbancny.com [cached]

27 years of Service: Honoring EOC's Bill Harper
Bill Harper began his career at Syracuse Educational Opportunity Center in November 1983. When he arrived, the Center offered only four programs of study. In late May Bill was honored at a dinner held at Drumlins Country Club. As times changed in Central New York and throughout the state, Bill oversaw the implementation of many new programs including ESL, Construction Trades, Certified Nurse Aide, Medical Billing and Coding, Emergency Medical Technical and Medical Secretary. Bill's quick wit, smile and hearty laugh, along with his "street smart" insight, quickly endeared him to fellow EOC directors and everyone in the community who met him. Throughout his tenure, he was involved with various civic and social organizations. He was an active member of the Syracuse Community Health Center, Rosamond Gifford Charitable Trust Foundation and the Industrial Exhibition Authority of the New York State Fair. Additionally, he spent hundreds of hours mentoring young men serving as a much needed role model to them. Throughout his stewardship as Director of the Syracuse EOC for 27 years, his affiliation with these many notable organizations and his work with the youth in our community, Bill has had a very positive impact on the lives of countless individuals in Central New York.


PR2-28-06

www.sasyr.org [cached]

This experience increased awareness among our staff about helping others throughout the year," said Bill Harper, Vice President for Community Development at Syracuse EOC.


AASCU >Millennium Leadership Initiative

www.aascu.org [cached]

Billy Harper, Vice President, Community Affairs, SUNY-Morrisville Educational Opportunity Center, NY (Class of '99)


The Constitution/Urban CNY News online edition

urbancny.com [cached]

27 years of Service: Honoring EOC's Bill Harper Posted on 06/07/10
Bill Harper began his career at Syracuse Educational Opportunity Center in November 1983. When he arrived, the Center offered only four programs of study. In late May Bill was honored at a dinner... More


SUNY EOC Website

www.sunyeoc.org [cached]

Mr. Bill Harper, Dean/Director Phone: (315) 472-0130


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