“The mission of Adirondack Teleworks is to support the growth of Adirondack communities by providing year-round family sustaining jobs through the promotion of teleworking as a diversified, and sustainable industry in the Adirondack Park.”
“Do what you can, With what you have, Where you are.” – President Theodore Roosevelt
Welcome to Adirondack Teleworks, hosted in Indian Lake New York. The purpose of this website is to help people find jobs that can be done anywhere in the Adirondack Region. On this website you will find information on companies that have job positions available, both local and telecommuting. You will also find what the required qualifications are, and resources to help you acquire any additional needed skills. We also provide information on education, finance and real estate, upon request. Adirondack Teleworks can give you all the information you will need to make an informed decision, when considering living in the beautiful Adirondack Park.
Adirondack Teleworks is designed to be a one stop resource for information concerning jobs, real estate for sale or rent, financial help and incentives for people and businesses considering relocation. One of many great places to live and work in the Adirondacks is The Town of Indian Lake including the hamlets of Blue Mountain Lake and Sabael. It is located in the geographic center of the 6 million acre Adirondack Park. Located at the crossroads of two major state roads Indian Lake is easily accessible from the East, West, North and South. Less than 100 miles from the New York State Capital of Albany.
Adirondack communities provide opportunities to enjoy both environmental and cultural activities. Many places offer venues for hiking, rafting, skiing, snowmobiling, boating, fishing and hunting as well as plays, concerts, and movies. Blue Mountain Lake offers a world class museum and art center. Each venue has opportunities for volunteers to engage in their personal area of interest. The Indian Lake Theater hosts movies, concerts and plays as well as community programs. The Adirondack Lake Center for the Arts hosts multiple live performances as well as various art shows and programs for residents of the Adirondack Park. The Adirondack Museum has 22 buildings spread over 32 acres with exhibits, paintings, antique equipment and demonstrations covering the history of the Adirondack region.. And there is much more!
The entire Adirondack Region is filled with venues and activities just like the ones mentioned above. Adirondack Teleworks will develop the ability to work and live in the various locations within the park. With federal,state, and local investment into broadband and cell phone coverage, this dream can become a reality. Join Adirondack Teleworks today, and start your new career in the ADK’s.
Articles by Pete Nelson