Want to learn some new culinary techniques ? How about learning the latest hair braiding trends, seeing Mig welding, or checking out how to operate a mini-excavator? These are just a few of the demonstrations visitors can attend when WSWHE BOCES highlights its Career and Technical Education (CTE) program at the Washington County Fair August 22-28.
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At a Glance
- +$19,000 Nationally, CTE grads make $19k more per year than college grads with associates degrees.
- 75% Nationally, three out of four CTE students continue on to college.
- 31 School districts are served in Washington, Saratoga, Warren, Hamilton, and Essex Counties.
- 20 CTE offers more than 20 programs
The WSWHE BOCES Career and Technical Education (CTE) program celebrated 260 high school seniors from the Southern Adirondack Education Center (SAEC) who received completion certificates on June 16, 2022.
Partners from Warren County school districts, county agencies and regional not-for-profit organizations met with school district leaders and members from around the county on Friday, May 20, 2022 to coordinate and build professional relationships among those who provide services to children and families who may need support.
Congratulations to two Environmental Conservation & Forestry students on their community service work.
Assemblyman Matt Simpson (114th District) spent a good portion of his day touring the WSWHE BOCES programs on May 6, 2022.