Michael Walker Honored for Commitment to Leadership

April 2022 Commitment Award For Leadership Michael Walker, a program coordinator with our Health, Safety and Risk Management team, has received the April 2022 Commitment Award for Leadership In nominating Walker for this award, Managing Program Coordinator for Health, Safety and Risk Hilary Hofstein had this to say: “Mike joined the Health, Safety and Risk …

Employee Recognition at Capital Region BOCES

We’re proud to regularly recognize employees who embody our guiding commitments of Service, Value, Excellence, Improvement and Leadership. Our Commitments support our mission and purpose, and guide us in our work to support the success of the more than 80,000 students we represent. Commitment Award Recipients Commitment Awards recognize employees who embody a specific commitment. Recipients are …

Registration Open For Women’s Executive Coaching

Next program for aspiring women school leaders begins July 1, 2022 The next cohort of the Women’s Executive Coaching program begins this summer. This unique program—a partnership between Capital Region BOCES, the National Association for Women in Administration (NYSAWA) and Tenshey, Inc.—was designed by women, for women, to nurture and build the skill-set for aspiring …

Senior Nate Bartlett Awarded Skilled Trades Scholarship

Construction/Heavy Equipment program senior Nate Bartlett of Cobleskill-Richmondville Central School District  was recently chosen as a recipient of The Skilled Trades—3M Transformational Scholarship during an event last week at BOCES. This scholarship provides schools the ability to build within the community by focusing on bridging gaps of inequality with the highest standards of skilled trades and …

Video: Celebrating Our Students At BOCES Signing Day

Catch the Signing Day excitement with this video See and hear what our Career & Technical School students and their future employers had to say during the inaugural Capital Region BOCES Signing Day. Video produced by the New York State Department of Labor.

Entertainment Tech Students Help Prep For Proctors’ Events

Students in our Entertainment Tech program recently worked alongside experts from Proctors to prepare for upcoming events at the famed, historic theater. The seniors and juniors hung rigged panels, “drops” and lights for an Albany Symphony Orchestra concert and other events taking place at the Schenectady venue. “This was an valuable experience for the students, …

Cooperative Virtual Learning Academy Team Honored for Commitment to Improvement

March  2022 Commitment Award For Improvement Our Cooperative Virtual Learning Academy (CVLA) team has received our March 2022 commitment award for improvement. Members of the team include Melissa Boucher, Jaime Gibbs, Rachel Romanowicz, Carrie Sunkes and Meaghan Whitten. In nominating the team for this honor, the Northeastern Regional Information Center’s (NERIC) Assistant Superintendent Michael Doughty, …

Capital Region BOCES students earn professional Adobe certifications that help them design bright futures

Six Capital Region BOCES Digital Media Design juniors recently earned professional Adobe Certifications that have built their skills and their resumes, making them more employable upon graduation from the program or, if they pursue it, college. The students earned certification in April as an Adobe Certified Professional in Visual Design Using Adobe Photoshop thanks to …

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