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Career and Technical Education (CTE)

General Information

College Preparation

New Vision students attend class on campus at The College at Brockport or have access to Monroe Community College, depending on the program in which they participate. As guests of the college, they are issued identification cards and have full access to facilities including computer labs, libraries, and the career planning resource centers. The rigorous project-based curriculum gives students a realistic introduction to collegiate standards and expectations.

High school credit

  • English 12: 1 credit
  • Career Exploration: 3 credits
  • Economics: ½ credit
  • Participation in Government: ½ credit  

College credit Available

(Dual Credit Programs at Monroe and Genesee Community Colleges)  

  • Introduction to Economics (ECO 101)
    • 3 credit hours (All New Visions Programs)
  • Community Service Learning Internship (CEL 101)
    • 3 credit hours (All New Visions Programs
  • College Orientation Seminar (COS 101)
    • 1 credit hour (All New Visions Programs)
  • English Communications 1 (ENG 101)
    • 3 credit hours (All New Visions Programs)
  • Health, Family and Society (HED 108)
    • 2 credit hours (Health Professions)
  • Introduction to Criminal Justice (CRJ 101)
    • 3 credit hours (Justice Professions)
  • Criminal Justice Education Internship (CRJ 121)
    • 3 credit hours (Justice Professions)

Community Service
(Minimum of 100 hours)

All students select a volunteer site where they make meaningful contributions while strengthening their connection to the community. The student, organization, and program all benefit from the time and effort that each individual spends with a site. Students are also involved in planning and participating in a number of outreach projects or events designed to contribute positively to the community at large.

Internships/Shadowing
(Minimum of 100 hours)

Weekly internship arrangements help the students network with professionals, develop positive mentoring relationships, and understand the link between academics and the working world. Shadowing experiences throughout the year help provide the student with a variety of perspectives and a better overview of their chosen field.

Transferable Skills

New Visions builds upon a strong academic foundation while promoting the development of transferable skills to ensure quality life-long learning experiences. These skills include but are not limited to:

  • Time management
  • Application of technology
  • Stress management
  • Team-building
  • Task prioritization
  • Problem solving
  • Effective communication skills
  • Creative thinking
  • Public speaking



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