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Student with two adults

Adriana Sorbara, a senior at Ellenville High School, has stepped into an extraordinary role within her community–a role she credits her experience in the Business & Entrepreneurship program at the Ulster BOCES Career & Technical Center with preparing her to take on.

Read More about Ellenville Regional Hospital Foundation Welcomes Young Professional from Ulster BOCES Career & Technical Center to its Board of Directors
SkillsUSA Community Service Team

The SkillsUSA Community Service Team, consisting of (left to right) Camille Samuels, a young professional from the Cosmetology program from the New Paltz Central School District, Taylor Drake, a young professional in the Graphic Visual Arts program from the Ellenville Central School District, and Jacob Holt, a Cisco and Cybersecurity student from the Onteora Central School District, met with Workplace Learning Lead/Assistant Principal) Stephen Casa (left) and Principal Joseph Salamone (right) to present their design. They then surveyed young professionals about their volunteer experiences and surveyed organizations about their needs. Finally, they worked together to create a website dubbed Ulster Community Connect. The site includes volunteer opportunities, community resources for our young professionals and their families, and will celebrate volunteers from our Career & Technical Center community. The website will launch on April 21st during a celebration at the Happy to Help Food Pantry, in Kingston.

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Students working on project

A team consisting of three young professionals from the Robotics & Advanced Manufacturing program and one from the Welding & Metal Fabrication program at Ulster BOCES Career & Technical Center recently showcased their knowledge and skills at the Project MFG’s 2024 Advanced Manufacturing Regional Competition.

Read More about Manufacturing Marvels: Ulster BOCES Team Sparks Excitement at Project MFG's 2024 Advanced Manufacturing Showdown
Students working on project

Recently, the whiteboard greeting of "Hola! Bienvenidos!" seen when entering special education teacher Ainsley Williams' classroom set the tone for a Taco Food Truck project at the Center for Innovative Teaching & Learning (CITL) at Mt. Marion. 

Read More about Taco Food Truck Project Spices Up Learning for Ulster BOCES Students at the Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning