October is National Careers in Construction Month, and there’s no better place for area high school students and adults to learn the skilled trades than at Capital Region BOCES. Nearly 100 area businesses and institutions regularly collaborate with Capital Region BOCES to build the future of the construction industry in the Capital Region and beyond. …
Our quarterly reports offer an at-a-glance look at work underway through the lens of our Commitments—Service, Value, Excellence, Improvement and Leadership.
Students across the Capital Region convened at Proctors Theater for the first Elevating Student Voices Youth Summit to discuss critical social issues and empower others to be agents of change.
Students in our component school districts can learn more about our Career & Technical Educational programs during upcoming open house events. Click here for event details.
Jason Eksterowicz hit it out of the park when he embarked on his culinary career upon graduating from Capital Region BOCES and Schoharie High School in 2002. In a little more than a decade, he went from BOCES graduate to executive chef for the New York Mets major league baseball team, with stops at the …
October is National Careers in Construction Month, and there’s no better place for area high school students and adults to learn the trade than at Capital Region BOCES.
Our Cooperative Virtual Learning Academy, now in its second school year, continues to evolve as a meaningful option for K-12 learners.
Our new division offers supports to connect and engage communities, and secure support for essential initiatives.
March is Women’s History Month and we’re shining a spotlight on students who are building solid futures in the skilled trades through our programs.
Students who choose career and technical training build essential vocational skills and get an education that expands their personal success.