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A team of female students from various Ulster BOCES programs teamed up to work on a new-build home for a local family in Glasco, NY recently.
Enrollment is now open for Ulster BOCES Adult Career Education Center’s Surgical Technologist program, which begins in September.
The CITL at Anna Devine found elevated levels of lead in drinking water in some homes/buildings. Lead can cause serious health problems, especially for pregnant women and young children. Please read this information closely to see what you can do to reduce lead in your drinking water.
Shouts and cheers rang out during Ulster BOCES High School Equivalency graduation on Monday, February 24.
Ulster BOCES helped Elise Macur build a strong culinary foundation that prepared her to explore a variety of career opportunities in the food industry.
Students at the Ulster BOCES Career & Technical Center joined their peers across the nation to celebrate national Career and Technical Education (CTE) Month® in February.
The Visible Learning Institute, with internationally recognized educational thought-leader John Hattie, will take place at the Sheraton Hotel in Mahwah, NJ on April 29.
Thirteen Ulster BOCES Electrical Construction & Maintenance students from seven Ulster County school districts have been volunteering their technical skills on Saturdays to help a Saugerties family become homeowners.
Ulster BOCES means different things to different people. For graduate Alexa Cotich, the Ulster BOCES Center for Innovative Teaching & Learning at Port Ewen was a place where she could thrive emotionally and academically, while she discovered the desire to help others by pursuing a career path as a school social worker.
The new catalog for winter/spring courses available at the Ulster BOCES Adult Career Education Center has been released and is available on the Ulster BOCES website
Ulster BOCES means different things to different people. For Dylan Berryann, it was a place that provided him with a real-world learning environment that allowed him to achieve his goal of becoming a technician in the HVAC industry.
The Ulster BOCES robotics classes are once again partnering with the NASA HUNCH (High Schools United with NASA to Create Hardware) program.
Ulster BOCES means different things to different people. For Taven Barrera, it was the starting point of a rewarding career in culinary arts.
A group of young scholars from the Hudson Valley Pathways Academy will publicly present their learning on November 19 at 6 PM at the Rough Draft Bookshop on John Street in Kingston.
Ulster BOCES Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning students have been honing their estimating knowledge and technical skills by helping to install a heating system in the bakery area of the Reher Center for Immigrant Culture and History.
Ulster BOCES means different things to different people. For Angelica Dickerson, it meant having a teacher who mentored her and provided her with the technical skills, aptitude, and resources she needed to be successful in the aviation industry.
Students enrolled in the Ulster BOCES Cosmetology programs are providing purple manicures and purple streaks of hair in exchange for donations that will benefit a shelter in Kingston.
Ulster BOCES Nurse Assistant program students hosted a blood drive on October 2.
The Ulster BOCES Auto Collision Technology program recently received its eighth donation from the I-Car Collision Repair Education Foundation.