Below is are links to a series of CTE success stories. Check back often as the success stories will continue to be updated and added to.
"Big Nic" was the big man on campus - at least culinary wise - Wednesday at the Capital Region BOCES Career and Technical School (CTE) Albany campus.
From business owners to machinists to heavy equipment operator trainers and chefs, the message is all the same - Capital Region BOCES Career and Technical School gave them the keys to success.
Adult welding student Frederick Dohring is the latest recipient of the Evan M. Schwarz Helping Hand Memorial Scholarship.
A 2004 graduate of the New Visions Law and
Government program is a rising star in the New York City political
In 2006, she was one of them. A high school
student learning to be a cosmetologist with all of the hopes and
dreams of any high school student.
A 2008 graduate of Schenectady High School and Capital Region BOCES Career and Technical Education (CTE) school returned to the CTE Albany campus recently to meet with his former teachers.
A 1993 graduate of Capital Region BOCES Career
and Technical School returned to the campus recently to encourage
students to take advantage of the opportunities they are given.
A 2011 Capital Region BOCES Career and Technical School (CTE) graduate returned to the CTE campuses recently as a business owner.
There were parents and a teary student in the principals office of the Capital Region BOCES Career and Technical School (CTE) Albany campus on Wednesday, but the student was not in trouble.
Less than a year ago Gage Kibbey was just another high school senior with his whole future ahead of him. Today, he is a welder earning in excess of $50 an hour thanks to his experiences and training at the Capital Region BOCES Career and Technical School.
Manufacturing isnt what it used to be.
For decades considered boring, dirty and repetitive, modern manufacturing jobs are engaging, clean and filled with technology. To fill these jobs, employers are looking for graduates with a knowledge of computers, programming, math, science and engineering - skills that heretofore were not associated with the typical manufacturing place.
While home on leave from the U.S. Navy, one of things 2012
Capital Region BOCES Career and Technical School graduate Brandon
Day wanted to do was see some familiar faces back at CTE.
Students in the Capital Region BOCES New Visions Law & Government
class recently met with an Albany City lawmaker who shares a common
connection with them - eight years ago he was also a student in the