CTE Leadership Opportunities

Building Leaders at BOCES 2 CTE

Participation in leadership opportunities encouraged and celebrated at BOCES 2 CTE through student opportunities like National Technical Honor Society (NTHS), SkillsUSA and CTE Student Ambassadors.

National Technical Honor Society

Students have the opportunity to become members of National Technical Honor Society, America’s highest award for excellence in career and technical education. This select group of students is identified as being honest, responsible student-citizens who have made a personal commitment to excellence and who agree to uphold the tenets of NTHS. Students are inducted into the honor society when they have demonstrated superior performance in their CTE class (via attendance and grades) and have the personal character to be recognized by this national society. NTHS students will participate in a community service activity.

Advisor: Melissa Doherty ([email protected])

Learn more about NTHS at BOCES 2 CTE by visiting www.monroe2boces.org/nths or clicking here.


CTE students may elect to join the BOCES 2 CTE chapter of SkillsUSA, an international organization that promotes leadership and professional development for students enrolled in career and technical education schools. Members participate in skills competition at the state, national and international level, attend leadership conferences, and sponsor social events and community service projects.

Advisor: Jen Probst ([email protected])

Learn more about SkillsUSA at BOCES 2 CTE by visiting www.monroe2boces.org/SkillsUSA or clicking here.

CTE Student Ambassadors

CTE Student Ambassadors represent and promote career and technical education to prospective students and to people throughout the community. They often share their personal stories to raise awareness of opportunities at BOCES 2 CTE. Ambassadors are often seen at BOCES 2 CTE events, providing tours and directing visitors. In their home districts, ambassadors may represent BOCES 2 CTE at informational events or speak at presentations. CTE Student Ambassadors are nominated by their CTE teachers based on their enthusiasm, class participation, academic standing and dependability.

Contact: Taylor Young ([email protected])