BOCES Happenings
Students get firsthand look at promising construction careers
Hundreds of students from around the region got to test drive potential careers in the construction industry at a daylong event recently conducted at the Broome County Public Works Facility in the Town of Chenango. View photo gallery 
Students have their say at community conversation event
A group of students from schools through our region got a chance to share their thoughts on matters important to their generation during a recent "community conversation" session hosted by researchers from George Washington University.  View gallery  
Register now for spring adult education courses
Registration is now open for our adult education spring semester and fall 2016 Practical Nursing program. 
Students learn to work safe, be safe
There's nothing funny about workplace safety, but that doesn't mean you can't have fun learning about its importance. 
BOCES' School-to-Careers Partnership recognized by chamber
Broome-Tioga BOCES’ School-to-Careers Partnership has been named “Business of the Week” by the Greater Binghamton Chamber of Commerce. The designation was announced at a ceremony conducted at BOCES September 14 with several officials from the chamber and BOCES on hand to participate in the special honor. See photo  
Students compete, learn at summer STEAM Academy
Students from around the region recently participated in the Summer STEAM Academy hosted by Broome-Tioga BOCES, a program designed to engage young minds in fun and challenging hands-on projects focused on science, technology, engineer, art, and math. Now in its second year, enrollment in the academy has grown from approximately 25 students the first year, to roughly 90 this year. One of the hands-on learning projects involved building and programming remote-controlled electronic robots. The project culminated in a variety of skill-based competitions. See photo gallery.     
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