Advisory Council for Career & Technical Education for New York City

New York’s  industry partners — employers, trade unions, colleges, community organizations and government agencies —  support career and technical educators and students through career-oriented activities that link schools to the world of work.

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See the kinds of connections that teachers and principals make with New York’s great companies.

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CTE students get work-based learning opportunities in their disciplines through plant visits, competitions, internships and other interactions with industry partners.


Stories About Internships

Recent Headlines

Forlenza of McKee HS Wins National Gold at SkillsUSA Information Technology Competition in Kentucky

Justin Forlenza, a junior from Ralph R. McKee Career and Technical Education High School on Read more

UA Global Commerce FIRST Robotics Students Make It To The Finals, Now They Need The Money To Go

After winning in the New York Regional FIRST Robotics Competition at Javits Center, the students Read more

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New York businesses and industry experts collaborate to provide high quality, up-to-date professional development and teacher training events to keep CTE educators current on the subjects they teach.

Stories About Teacher Training

Technical competitions in many CTE disciplines give students a chance to show what they’ve learned in contests and test their industry skills for trophies and prizes.


Stories About CTE Competitions