Career & Tech is a
Middle States accredited and NYSED approved school offering more
than 40 programs of study for high school and adult students at
campuses in Albany (Colonie) and Schoharie and several off-campus
For the second time this year, communication efforts on behalf of the Capital Region BOCES Career and Technical School (CTE) are being honored. Read More
Heavy equipment program students at the Schoharie campus of Capital Region BOCES Career and Technical School (CTE) are building an adventure/obstacle course in an effort to help their peers in the criminal justice program and perhaps the greater Schoharie community. Read More
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Capital Region BOCES cosmetology students and faculty in the cosmetology program recently raised $1,200 for breast cancer research. Students welcomed members of the public into their classroom from 8:30 a.m. until 7 p.m. on Oct. 19, offering up everything from facials to a wash and dry, pedicure and coloring in exchange for donations to the American Cancer Society. Read More
Students ranging from future fashion designers to future
electricians, contractors and nurses will lead the Capital Region
BOCES Career and Technical School Albany campus SkillsUSA chapter
for the 2016-17 school year. During a Wednesday ceremony that drew
friends, relatives and school officials, the Albany SkillsUSA
chapter inducted its slate of morning and afternoon sessions
officers for the school year.
According to the latest report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), more than 30 percent of high school students graduate with no plans to attend college and little or no job skills.
Taking that a step further, of the 68 percent of high school students who do attend college, 40 percent don’t finish with a degree!
Capital Region BOCES Career and Technical School (CTE) cosmetology students will throw open their classroom doors to the public on Oct. 19 to raise funds for breast cancer research.
Students will conduct a day-long spa on the Albany CTE campus with all of the proceeds going to the American Cancer Society.
Students from across the Capital Region are learning from An American in Paris thanks to a partnership between Capital Region BOCES Career an Technical School (CTE), area high schools and Proctors Theatre.
Students are taking part in a five-week, one-day-a-week technical theater training program run by CTE and hosted at Proctors called Broadway Tech Career Orientation. The new program, which began in mid-September, runs through Oct. 23.
Follow the link to the story and multiple photos of the Capital Region BOCES Career and Technical School
Schoharie students at work. Read More
Construction students from the Capital Region BOCES Career and Technical School took the streets of Schenectady on Friday to give rise to a shed that will serve the families of sick people seeking aid in Schenectady healthcare facilities.
SkillsUSA chapter members from the Capital Region BOCES Career and Technical School in Schoharie recently inducted their student leaders for the 2016-17 school year.
During an Oct. 4 ceremony that drew friends, relatives and school officials, the Schoharie chapter swore in its officers for the morning and afternoon sessions. The Albany CTE campus will conduct its ceremony on Oct. 19.
The Albany Literacy Zone will host a Healthcare Job Fair on Oct. 27 at the Capital South Campus in downtown Albany.
The first-ever event will run from 3:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the
school, located at 220 Warren Street in Albany.
U.S. Congressman Paul Tonko met with students from across the
Capital Region recently as he toured Capital Region BOCES Career and
Technical Education (CTE) and Mohonasen Central School District
classes in the new Center for Advanced Technology (CAT) at
with black lights, integrated science teacher Brian Conway and CTE
teacher Chef Paul Dolan made their way around the stainless steal
food prep table in the Capital Region BOCES Career and Technical
School (CTE) kitchen.
You can call Capital Region BOCES Career and Technical School (CTE) senior Gene Broadwell a maestro of the machine; Perhaps, though, he would prefer being known as the Babe Ruth of the backhoe or the Earnhardt of the excavator.
Through a series of programs, the Capital Region BOCES Health
Careers Center offers adults a number of options to build their
Students in the Capital Region BOCES Career and Technical School
floral program recently helped to make a recognition dinner a little
more special for
Capital Region nurses.
Looking to re-imagine your future? Capital Region BOCES has a program for you.
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a drill sergeant barking "attention" and "about face," you
might excuse criminal justice students at the Capital Region BOCES
Career and Technical School (CTE) Schoharie campus if they thought for a
split moment on Wednesday they were in boot camp.
Help “plate” 2,400 servings of food in six hours.
That was the task put before Capital Region BOCES Career and Technical School (CTE) senior Vanessa Liegeot and CTE teacher Chef Paul Rother as they worked alongside culinary experts from across the region at the annual Regional Food Bank’s Chefs & Vintners’ Harvest Dinner.
In the event of inclement weather, students and their parents/guardians should follow school closing information provided by their home high schools. Students home school districts determine whether or not to transport students, end their day early or close their high school campuses. Adult students should watch the media for school closings; their classes are cancelled if the Capital Region BOCES Career & Technical School is closed.
The Capital Region BOCES Career & Technical School offers careers without limits for students of all ages, abilities, interests, and backgrounds. In the 21st century workplace, careers have no gender. Start your future here today!