Columbia University Minority-, Women- and Locally-Owned (MWL) Construction Trades Certificate Mentorship Program

Commitment Title

Columbia University Minority-, Women- and Locally-Owned (MWL) Construction Trades Certificate Mentorship Program

Commitment

The Columbia University Minority-, Women- and Locally-owned (MWL) Construction Trades Certificate Mentorship Program ("the Program") was initiated as a pilot program in January 2008 in partnership with the City of New York Small Business Services (SBS).  The Program provided construction administration training, one-on-one technical assistance and networking opportunities to help build the capacity of small and medium-sized MWL construction trade firms to respond to bidding opportunities and manage the construction job cycle.

Columbia's Implementation Plan

The most recent Implementation Plan Report submitted to Empire State Development, along with evidence of compliance, is available below:

Implementation Plan Report - Columbia University Minority-, Women- and Locally-Owned (MWL) Construction Trades Certificate Mentorship Program

1. Columbia University Minority, Women and Local Construction Trade Certificate/Mentorship Program Report

 

In accordance with the commitment above, the requirements for this commitment have been permanently satisfied.

How to Access

The Columbia University Minority-, Women- and Locally-Owned (MWL) Construction Trades Certificate Mentorship Program ended in December 2014.