Ulster BOCES SkillsUSA members recently helped to unload supplies at St. James Happy to Help Food Pantry, located at the Saint James United Methodist Church in Kingston.
Woodstock resident Serena Wunderlich, an Ulster BOCES Teacher of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, is a recipient of the 2018 Dean’s Award for Excellence in Teaching from the SUNY New Paltz School of Education.
The MHRIC now offers an athletic video software, called HUDL, that analyzes players’ performances and provides insights for improvements. The software also provides staff with the means to track statistics, manage feedback, and create highlights in one easy, online platform.
Gary Wells has built connections and is helping ensure people live in a secure community—goals that began when he pursued a career as a police officer through the Ulster BOCES Criminal Justice program.
Ulster BOCES is proud to once again be a co-sponsor of the Mid-Hudson Valley Leadership Day on Friday, Nov. 9.
Aspiring chefs learned about the degree programs and financial aid opportunities available at the world-renowned Culinary Institute of America when representatives from their admissions department visited the Career & Technical Center on Sept. 11.
After completing a rigorous, nationally accredited Surgical Technologist program at the Ulster BOCES Adult Career Education Center, 17 graduates attended a commencement ceremony on June 21.
After 1,200 hours of rigorous classroom and clinical instruction, 27 graduates of the Ulster BOCES Adult Career Education Center's School of Practical Nursing took the Florence Nightingale Pledge, committing to fulfill the requirements of being a practical nurse.
Local businesses gave out $16,250 in scholarships to 34 of our Career & Technical students graduating from programs ranging from Nurse Assistant, Culinary Arts, Cosmetology, Automotive Technology, and more.
Three students from the Ulster BOCES Career & Technical Center were among the best and brightest from Ulster County who were recognized for their academic achievements during the fourth annual Scholastic Achievement Breakfast on June 13.
Ten local advocates of education, including former school board members, current staff, volunteers, and members of the business community, were honored by the Ulster County School Boards Association for their commitment to education.
Ulster BOCES Hudson Valley Pathways Academy students presented their final projects for the year to an audience of fellow students, teachers, and family members on June 6 at SUNY Ulster’s satellite campus in Kingston.
He’s been referred to as the “man behind the curtain” and has been known to instantaneously brighten the mood of employees. The man we speak of is not a magician, but rather an Ulster BOCES Electronic Communications Coordinator William Walton.
Ulster BOCES students and staff at the Hudson Valley Pathways Academy and Career & Technical Center were eager so show off their knowledge and skills during a recent visit by MaryEllen Elia, New York State Commissioner of Education.
Over the last eight months, ten Ulster BOCES Career & Technical Center students have worked alongside adult volunteers from the Riverport Wooden Boat School in Kingston to build two Optimist Pram sailboats.
Ulster BOCES Surgical Technology student Elisha Rickard of Wappingers Falls has been awarded a merit-based stipend to attend the Association of Surgical Technologists' annual conference in Orlando, Florida.
Twenty-nine Ulster BOCES Career & Technical Center students competed in timed trade, leadership, and community service contests during the 2018 SkillsUSA State Conference in April.
Thirty-three Ulster BOCES students were recognized for academic achievement, commitment, and exemplifying exceptional qualities when they were inducted into the National Technical Honor Society.
The Ulster BOCES Hudson Valley Pathways Academy was recently showcased as a model school for the P-TECH program when officials from two Indiana school districts visited and toured the school.
Ulster BOCES Special Education Account Clerk Deborah Crump is being recognized as Community Volunteer of the Year by People's Place in Kingston.