ULSTER BOCES means different things to different people. For Paige Zorij, it was a way to find her niche in the healthcare field.
Spotlight on Alumni
Ulster BOCES Career & Technical Center was a career-focused learning environment that provided Chris Chateau with a way to turn his love of working with his hands into earning a secure income in the electrical construction profession.
Time spent in the Career & Technical Center's Aviation program helped chart Katja Jourdan's course in the aviation industry, where she has landed her dream job as a captain for Trans States Airlines.
Ulster BOCES means different things to different people. For Brooke Michaels, Ulster BOCES was a way for her to share her passion and creativity with others and turn those talents into a successful business venture.
Ulster BOCES helped set Molly Sue Morningstar and Kyle Tokle on a path leading to rewarding positions in the automotive industry, as well as towards finding each other.
After more than 50 years in the electrical field, including nearly a quarter of a century lighting the spark of learning for his students at Ulster BOCES, teacher Gary Goodstal is going to give retirement a try...for the second time.
Ulster BOCES helped Emily Laubach turn her passion for making people feel beautiful into a flourishing career. Emily says the two years she spent at Ulster BOCES put her on the fast track to becoming a young entrepreneur.
For Kristen Jacobsen, Ulster BOCES was an important step on the path to her current specialty area in the field of medicine.
Ulster BOCES helped John Livermore take his penchant for cooking and turn it into a rewarding career that led to him to becoming a successful small business owner.
For Chelsea Tucker, Ulster BOCES means finding her niche in the world of health care and pursuing her career dreams while serving her country.
Ulster BOCES helped Thomas Lamendola turn his aptitude for mechanics into a profitable livelihood in the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning profession.