- Community Involvement
At NYSTEC, we act with urgency to respond to our clients’ needs. We challenge ourselves to add value while bringing clarity to complex problems. And we believe that through teamwork, we can make our clients and peers successful—which, in turn, makes each of us successful.
Every interaction is an opportunity to deliver exceptional service that empowers client success.
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We value innovation, entrepreneurship, and creativity. Technological innovation is the number 1 attribute that produces a positive impact on economic regional growth. Therefore, we strive to be a catalyst for technological innovation and, correspondingly, economic growth for Upstate and Central New York.
We employ the highest ethical standards, demonstrating honesty, fairness, and personal accountability in every action we take. We hold each other responsible for working efficiently and delivering high-quality services.
We support a culture that values collaboration. We believe that thinking, planning, decision making, and results are better achieved when done in a collaborative environment, whether we are working with clients, colleagues, or community partners.
We are committed to giving back and reinvesting in our community. We believe in working toward the betterment of our society through economic participation, volunteer work, and mentoring to improve life in all our communities.
We are a company where opportunity, openness, enthusiasm, diversity, and a sense of purpose combine to provide a rewarding professional experience that promotes fairness, dignity, and respect. We strive to attract, develop, and retain the best talent in our industry.
We create extraordinary value by understanding the needs of our clients and colleagues, and responding effectively with a sense of urgency at all times. We reflect on our performance and learn from that reflection. We build relationships to create greater value for our clients, colleagues, and the communities we serve.
At NYSTEC, everyone’s voice is heard. We promote an environment of trust and mutual respect, creating a solid foundation for collaboration, growth, high performance, and success.
The NYSTEC Community Involvement Committee (CIC) has identified the Elementary School in Camden, NY as a local district that could use assistance for classroom supplies. The annual CIC Back-to-School initiative awarded Camden Elementary $800 to purchase much needed classroom staples, including colored markers and mini whiteboards for interactive student learning activities.
An article describing NYSTEC’s contribution to the school district was featured in the Camden Central School newsletter as well as the Camden paper. NYSTEC is proud to support our local public-school teachers and students, and we actively encourage participation in activities and initiatives that support the betterment of our local communities.
NYSTEC’s Community Involvement team was very active in its efforts to support the battle against breast cancer, holding two Think Pink! virtual events one week apart in October. A silent auction to celebrate the cause was held on October 21st, where participants received a sneak peek at the auction items and learned how to place a bid. A second Think Pink! event was held October 28th announcing the winners of the silent auction, again celebrating those battling breast cancer, and honoring survivors and their families.
The events included a personal touch and showcased those at NYSTEC who have had breast cancer touch their lives posting a picture and/or a note about their loved one, or themselves, on the NYSTEC SharePoint “Tie a Pink Ribbon” page.
All NYSTEC donations at these events went to To Life!, a non-profit organization providing free-of-charge breast cancer education and support services (including support groups, mentoring, a boutique, family services, and wellness classes). Their outreach extends to women and families facing breast cancer, and to any person who is concerned about this disease. To Life! is a local organization serving many of the communities NYSTECers live and work in throughout the 10 counties surrounding the Greater Capital Region of New York.
Total contribution from the two events to date is $5,027, which NYSTEC will be matching.
October 17, 2021. On a beautiful fall day, NYSTEC joined hundreds of walkers, bikers and onlookers in person for the annual Hudson Valley Walk to help defeat ALS in Highland, NY. Festivities began at 11:00 am for the annual fundraiser, which included inspirational speeches from family members and even those currently living with this debilitating disease, to support people in the greater New York community with ALS and spread awareness of the urgency to find treatment and a cure.
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a progressive, fatal neuromuscular disease that slowly robs the body of its ability to walk, speak, swallow and breathe. ALS can strike anyone. Presently there is no known cause of the disease, yet it still costs loved ones an average of $250,000 a year to provide the care people living with ALS and their families need.
This is the fourth year NYSTEC has committed to generously support the Hudson Valley ALS walk and the combined total contribution from the NYSTEC sponsored team at this year’s event was over $1,000.
Thank you NYSTEC!
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