Scenes from the CTE Recognition Ceremonies, June 11, 2022

CCS Student News

  • SWBOCES student chosen for the William P. Schliemann Scholarship Award

    Animal Science grad is the recipient of the 2022 William P. Schliemann Scholarship Award.

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  • Special Commencement 2022 edition of Tools of the Trade is out!

    The Summer 2022 edition of the Center for Career Services Tools of the Trade newsletter is out. Look for copies on campus, or view and download the digital version here. Besides a full color spread of photos from our Recognition Ceremonies, see scenes from the Annual Car Show and Nature of Fashion Show, read about our visit with U.S. Rep. Jamaal Bowman, our National Technical Honor Society inductions, and so much more!

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  • Driving students to success

    Local car company partners with the Southern Westchester BOCES’ Valhalla Careers Campus to create a pipeline of skilled technicians and automotive professionals. 

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  • That’s a Wrap: Commercial Art / Automotive Collision students collaborate with real-world client

    Mark Weinstein has deep roots in Westchester County. His company, Graphics by Color Group, has been operating in the region for more than 40 years. So, in 2019 when it came time to have his company vehicle wrapped with an eye-catching design, he knew exactly where to go: the Commercial Art Program at Southern Westchester BOCES’ Careers Campus in Valhalla.

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  • Read the Spring 2022 Tools of the Trade newsletter from the Center for Career Services

    The Spring 2022 edition of the Tools of the Trade newsletter from the Center for Career Services is out. Read it here, or look for a hard copy on campus. This latest edition features stories on SkillsUSA and HOSA medalists and dispatches from Commercial Art and Cosmetology. Then there's the return of the annual Car Show, CTE students who are also hockey champion teammates and the career plans of one student ambassador.

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  • Rep. Jamaal Bowman tours CTE campus in Valhalla

    We were proud to welcome U.S. Rep. Jamaal Bowman for a tour of our Career Services campus in Valhalla June 1. The Congressman met with dozens of our students in programs from Culinary Arts and Cosmetology to Automotive Technology, Sound Production, Animal Science and more.

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  • Animal Science grad grateful to SWBOCES for wealth of career options

    Class of 2020 alumna Scarlett Cabrera is grateful for her decision to study Animal Science at Southern Westchester BOCES, saying the experience put her in position to pursue a range of career options. 

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  • Automotive Technology students welcome community to the 2022 Car Show

    On Sunday, May 22, students from the Automotive Technology program, along with Cosmetology, Culinary Arts, and TV/Video and Sound Production programs, participated in the 8th annual Classic Car Show at the Southern Westchester BOCES’ Valhalla Careers Campus.

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  • "Nature of Fashion" Show returns with environmental theme

    It was worth the wait! After going on hiatus due to COVID-19, the Fashion Design and Merchandising program returned to the runway with an amazing fashion show full of color, elements and some beautiful designs.

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  • National Technical Honor Society welcomes new members

    The Center for Career Services hosted its 13th annual National Technical Honor Society Induction, welcoming 32 new members in ceremonies for morning and afternoon session students. Read all about it, including a full list of inductees, and a replay of afternoon session event livestream

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HEALTH FORMS & LINKS

21-22 Health & Safety Guide

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Please note: In keeping with state guidance, the wearing of masks is optional within SWBOCES programs and facilities. We continue to offer masks at our entrances for those who choose to use them and encourage all individuals to continue to monitor for symptoms of illness and to stay home if ill.