Our programs prepare you for jobs that employers are trying to fill — both locally and nationally. While many young people are finding it difficult to move forward with their careers, CTE graduates find themselves in demand.
All Career and Technical Education programs have a direct and immediate connection to college through Articulation Agreements. An Articulation Agreement allows CTE students to earn college credit or advanced placement for work they complete here at WSWHE BOCES. This is very important for several reasons:
BOCES works with post-secondary institutions to match the content of Career and Technical Education programs with the content of college-level courses. As a result, each CTE program has an Articulation Agreement with at least one college, if not more.
Each Articulation Agreement is different. Parents and students should read and understand the Articulation Agreements in order to reap the benefits. For instance, some Articulation Agreements stipulate that students must maintain a certain Grade Point Average (GPA) in the CTE class; they must graduate from High School; and they must use the credits within a certain amount of time following High School graduation.