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New Herkimer BOCES employment website now online!
The Herkimer BOCES summer youth employment and training program is introducing 33 local 14- and 15-year-olds to job opportunities in four career clusters: transportation, distribution and logistics; hospitality and tourism; agriculture, food and natural resources; and information technology. For more on this new program, click here.
Read about how students in the second VP-TECH class got to know each other and were introduced to technology they'll use in class during the summer bridge program at Herkimer BOCES. Click here.
To read more about the adult practical nursing program's 52nd Commencement & Pledge Ceremony, see some additional photos and read a list of the graduates and award winners, click here.
To read more about the 2016 CTE completion and award ceremony plus read a list of all the graduates and award winners, click here.
For the archives of Herkimer BOCES news, click here.
- Therapy animals visit Herkimer BOCES special programs summer school. Click here.
- Herkimer BOCES Safety Service provides schools assistance with emergency response plans. Click here.
- Herkimer BOCES recognizes youth who completed summer employment program. Click here.
- Summer youth employment program cooks up new opportunities for students at Herkimer BOCES. Click here.
- Students gain summer experience with transportation careers at Herkimer BOCES. Click here.
- Students learn information technology, soft skills during summer program at Herkimer BOCES. Click here.
- Agriculture students learn value of hard work in Herkimer BOCES summer program. Click here.
- U.S. Paralympics athlete visits Herkimer BOCES prekindergarten students learning about Summer Olympics. Click here.
- 12-month adult nursing program gets underway at Herkimer BOCES. Click here.
- Herkimer BOCES board re-elects president, vice-president. Click here.
- Herkimer BOCES District Superintendent Mark Vivacqua announces retirement effective Aug. 31. Click here.
For a complete list of previous stories, click here.