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Malloy Inititative has placed 1,209 NYC residents into union apprenticeships

Categories: Apprenticeships, Construction
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Through the Edward J. Malloy Inititative for Construction Skills, apprentices who enter the construction industry attend classes paid for by unions and contractors, while simultaneously being employed on projects in their craft throughout New Yor... Read more

Can a Ninth Grader Produce an Ad Campaign?

Categories: Graphics, Multimedia
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Can a ninth grader produce an advertising campaign? Students from Brooklyn’s IAM (the High School for Innovation in Advertising and Media), the first high school dedicated to teaching young people about advertising, recently did. They developed a... Read more

Herschel Bhasin of Thomas Edison H.S. Gets the Gold at SkillsUSA Internetworking Nationals

Categories: Competition, Info Tech
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At last week's SkillsUSA Championships in Kansas City, Missouri, a student from Thomas A. Edison CTE High School in Queens became the first New York City winner of the Gold Medal in the SkillsUSA National Competition in Internetworiking.  Hersche... Read more

HVAC Competition Showcases Hands-On Talents

Categories: Competition, Construction
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The Seventh Annual Service and Installation Competition held at W.H. Grady CTE High School last week tested students of Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) technologies. Students from Grady in Brooklyn, Alfred E. Smith CTE High S... Read more

City Students Are Big Winners in Statewide SkillsUSA Contests

Categories: Competition
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New York City CTE students had their best showing yet in this year's New York State SkillsUSA competition in Syracuse, April 13 – 15.  SkillsUSA New York City administrative trustee Denise Vittor spread the word congratulating the winne... Read more

Culinary Students Compete for College

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Nineteen New York City high school students are competing for $500,000 in scholarship money to some of the top culinary schools in the country. Part of C-CAP, the Careers through Culinary Arts Program founded in 1990 here in New York, the cooking ... Read more

2010 Was a Good Year for the CTEcouncil

Categories: Portfolio
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This year we made great progress in our support for career and technical education in New York City. Council and Commission members shared their insights and experiences with teachers, students and principals in every CTE discipline. Some of this year'... Read more

Teachers Workshop on Education for Sustainability

Categories: Environment, PD
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A dynamic session for teachers on November 2 will address how economic, environmental, and social well-being are linked, and how to apply this knowledge to better our lives and school communities. Participants will examine their existing curriculum ... Read more