Two Ulster BOCES Career & Technical Center graduates recently received the prestigious “Triple C” award from New York State (NYS) Attorney General Letitia James in recognition of their courage, commitment, and character.
Ulster BOCES means different things to different people. For Nick Martorano Ulster BOCES ignited his natural instinct for technology, and fanned it into a blazing flame that brought him success as biomedical information specialist.
Graduates of the Surgical Technologist program at the Ulster BOCES Adult Career Education Center celebrated their achievements at an end-of-year ceremony on Thursday, June 16 at the Jane Bullowa Conference Center in New Paltz.
Thirty-two students from across Ulster County proudly graduated from the Ulster BOCES Center for Innovative Teaching & Learning (CITL) at Port Ewen during a celebratory recognition ceremony on Friday, June 10.
Days before Antonio Delgado was selected as Lieutenant Governor, he joined New York State Senator Michelle Hinchey and Ulster County Legislator Laura Petit on a visit to Ulster BOCES Career & Technical Center.
An Ulster BOCES Welding & Metal Fabrication student has forged a career path in the welding industry thanks to his Senior Capstone internship at Unlimited Metalworks in Cairo.
Twelve Ulster BOCES students in the Cisco & Cybersecurity program took the top honors of Scholar ranking in the 2021-2022 CyberStart America competition.
Eleven local champions of education, including school board members, current and retired staff, community volunteers, and members of the PTAs, were recently honored by the Ulster County School Boards Association.
Margaret Short, dedicated lead school nurse of Ulster BOCES, has received the Ulster County School Boards Association Distinguished Friend of Education Award. The annual award recognizes residents from the county’s school districts and Ulster BOCES for their dedication and commitment to students and schools.
The Ulster BOCES Animal Science program was recently named as a recipient of a $10,000 Agricultural Education Incentive Grant for New Programs.
Ulster BOCES led Andy Leonard to enroll in a world-class culinary school and a college summer externship in a professional kitchen in Montana.
Devon Ellsworth says BOCES is a place where he can learn in the way that best suits him.
Join us on June 28, 2022 to recharge, reconnect with your colleagues, and look ahead with intention in order to lead your schools to their next destination, whatever that may look like.
Ulster BOCES Aviation/Drone students' spirits are soaring high thanks to winning first place in the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) STEM Aviation and Space Education Airport Design Challenge.
Ulster BOCES is proud to announce the appointment of New Paltz resident Sarah Dudley-Lemek as its new Director of Instructional Services. Dudley-Lemek, who assumed her new duties on March 1, comes to Ulster BOCES from the Highland Central School District. She worked for Highland for 24 years, most recently as Assistant Superintendent.
A new catalog outlining the selection of affordable and interesting spring courses being offered at the Ulster BOCES Adult Career Education Center has been released.
Enrollment is now open for the new session of the Ulster BOCES Adult Career Education Center’s Surgical Technologist program.
For Ayaka Guido, a young chef who bested celebrity chef Bobby Flay at his own game on his wildly popular Food Network culinary competition series, "Beat Bobby Flay," Ulster BOCES was the magic ingredient in her success story.
Young inventors at the Hudson Valley Pathways Academy at Ulster BOCES are learning how to develop innovative solutions to real-world problems with help from a $10,000 grant from the Lemelson-MIT InvenTeam initiative.
Four Ulster BOCES Transitional Occupation Program students recently received their food service ServSafe certifications. ServSafe is an industry recognized food safety training program that is designed to provide training and certification for anyone who handles food for public consumption.