Madison-Oneida BOCES

The Career and Technical Education division is committed to delivering high-quality educational programs designed to prepare students for post-secondary education or employment. Programs offered at the Rossetti Education Center include both one-year and two-year options, many of which include internship or work site experiences. The division offers a variety of other Secondary Education programs, such as Evening School, Professional Horizons, and a Regional Summer School. The division also serves out-of-school youth through the Project Connect program, which combines GED preparation and CTE coursework.

Students participating in two-year State Education Department-approved CTE programs have the opportunity to earn a Technical Endorsement on their Regents or Advanced Regents diploma and earn academic units of study that can be applied to their graduation requirements. Integrated programs of study provide CTE students with unique approaches to developing academic knowledge through contextualized learning experiences within their chosen interest area. In addition, students develop important 21st-century skills, such as problem-solving, self-directed learning, communication, teamwork and workplace ethics. As a result, approved CTE programs offer students flexibility in meeting New York State graduation requirements while pursuing their career development goals.

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