Auto Trades Students Shift Into High Gear

March is Women’s History Month and we’re shining a spotlight on women in the skilled trades—those who are challenging gender stereotypes and building solid futures through their time at Capital Region BOCES. High school seniors Destiny Honsinger and Makaya King have found their passion in automotive repair—and are enjoying the opportunity to challenge the perception …

Cosmetology Grad Launches Healthy Skin Care Line

March is Women’s History Month and we’re shining a spotlight on women in the skilled trades and professions—those who are challenging gender stereotypes and building solid futures through their time at Capital Region BOCES. For Tiffany Harris, necessity really was the mother of invention. Harris, a 2008 graduate of our Career and Technical School Cosmetology …

Spotlight On Women In The Skilled Trades

March is Women’s History Month and we’re shining a spotlight on women in the trades – those who are challenging gender stereotypes and building solid futures through their time at Capital Region BOCES. From BOCES graduate to business owner in just three years—that’s been the path for 2017 Diesel Tech program graduate Victoria Carl. “BOCES …

International Women’s Day Student Spotlight

On International Women’s Day (March 8), we’re highlighting young women who got their start in the skilled trades at our Career & Technical School.

Students Showcase Skilled Trade Know-How In Regional Contest

Winners of regional event advance to statewide SkillsUSA competition in Syracuse on April 24-26 More than 40 students showcased their abilities and technical knowledge in a diverse array of skilled trades—from culinary and nursing to heavy equipment operator and more—at the recent regional SkillsUSA competition. Capital Region BOCES Teacher Chris Shader said the regional competition …

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