Videoconference with Dr. Michael Mendoza and CTE students
Student signing for the Finger Lakes Youth Apprenticeship Program
CTE students installing solar panel
Two criminal justice students working security on the WEMOCO campus
Chef and CTE student in the bakery
Two students working with machinery
CTE students serving food at an event
Automotive class being held outside at CTE
Five students working at CTE
Instructor and student working in the CTE welding lab
Student welding with flying sparks
Two CTE students gloved and masked
CTE students serving food at an event

Career & Technical Education

News

Vaccination Clinic Poster

COVID-19 Pfizer Vaccination Clinic at ESC: May 26

Walk-ins OR appointments for all NYS residents 12 years of age and older! May 26 from 1-7 p.m. at BOCES Educational Services Center at 3599 Big Ridge Road. (Under 18 must have parent/guardian present. All adults must have ID.)
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CTE Recognition Celebration Dates and Times

WEMOCO’s Recognition Celebration will take place during the evenings of June 14 and June 15. This will be a drive-through event on the BOCES campus. Each program has a set time to attend - click for more info.
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Sponsor WEMOCO's Team in 2021 Stroll for Strong Kids

CTE at WEMOCO's National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) and SkillsUSA chapters are sponsoring an on-campus Stroll for Strong Kids on June 1. Now in its 25th year, the Stroll supports the Golisano Children's Hospital. Support our team!
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NEW! Summer @ The Center Camps

The Camp Series offers skills-based camps like Culinary, Baking, Junior Fire Academy, Photography, Video Production and more! For campers going into grades 7-9. Register before June 18. EARLY BIRD: Register by May 21 & save!
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Summer Advanced Manufacturing Experience (SAME)

The Summer Advanced Manufacturing Experience (SAME) is FREE for students in grades 9-12, and students earn three Monroe Community College (MCC) credits for free. Deadline for registration: June 1.
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2021 Community Champion for Public Education Award nominees

During National Small Business Week (May 3-7), Act for Education honors local businesses who support our students. Monroe 2-Orleans BOCES has nominated four of our valued partners for this award: BBT Construction, Micro Instruments, Meals on Wheels, and The Gardens at Town Center. Please join us in saying "Thank You!"
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CTE students receive virtual housecall from health commissioner

CTE students are used to obtaining the highest quality instruction to prepare for future careers. That concept was taken to a new level when Monroe County Health Commissioner Dr. Michael Mendoza spent an hour with certified nurse assisting and phlebotomy/laboratory technology students via videoconference.
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Events

Jul
12

Camps for Culinary or Fire Academy

Our first camps! Camp Culinary and Camp Spencerport Jr. Fire Academy.
Limited to 15 campers in each. Reserve your spot now.

Jul
12

Summer Advanced Manufacturing Experience - gr. 9-10

The Summer Advanced Manufacturing Experience (SAME) is FREE for students in grades 9-12, and students earn three Monroe Community College (MCC) credits for free. This program offers experience with advanced/smart manufacturing: CNC machining, mills, lathes, blueprints, CAD/CAM, and Fusion 360.

There are two different sessions: July 12-30 for ninth- and 10th-grade students, and August 2-20 for 11th- and 12th-grade students. For students in districts served by Monroe 1 or Monroe 2 BOCES, participation will ensure priority enrollment in the machining programs at WEMOCO or EMCC. Current seniors who participate can get priority enrollment at MCC. Students must provide own transportation and must have completed Algebra 1.

Apply TODAY at monroe2boces.org/SAME or get an application from your school counselor. Spots are limited! Application deadline is June 1, 2021.

About

Career and Technical Education (CTE) at WEMOCO provides high school juniors and seniors with the opportunity to explore career fields while preparing for meaningful employment or post-secondary education. Our CTE programs develop technical and 21st century skills in classroom and laboratory settings. Programs are aligned to the 16 National Career Clusters and are relevant to career trends. WEMOCO collaborates with business and industry partners to provide students with a variety of work-based learning opportunities.