Career & Technical Education Virtual Recognition June 29

on June 19, 2020

flyer for CTE Virtual Recognition CeremonyOrange-Ulster BOCES has announced the Career and Technical Education Virtual Recognition Ceremonies Premiere on June 29, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. Congratulations to the Monroe-Woodbury Career and Technical Education Program graduates of 2020!

The prerecorded ceremony will be available to be watched by students, their families and friends, and home district administrators at anytime following the premiere.

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Orange-Ulster BOCES Career & Technical Education Virtual Recognition Program 2020

OU-BOCES Career and Technical Education Program

The Orange-Ulster BOCES Career and Technical Education Division is diverse and inclusive, committed to preparing students for college and/or career success in partnership with community business, industry partners, and higher education institutions. As educators, we believe in creating learning environments where all students and staff can achieve their personal goals, feel safe, be respected and supported.

Orange-Ulster BOCES Career and Technical Education programs give students the opportunity to graduate from high school with technical experience, professional skills, national industry certifications, and college credit in a wide variety of high-demand occupations.

Through a hands-on academic component in each classroom, CTE students are able to integrate academics into their CTE curriculum to meet their high school graduation requirements. Many of the career academies are nationally accredited and feature leading-edge technology, as well as instructors with the latest trade experience. The CTE curriculum is aligned with New York State Learning Standards, National Industry Standards, and Career Development and Occupational Studies (CDOS) Standards.