See the story on the NJ101.5 web site. By Dino Flammia Renewing efforts to prepare its students for the 21st century workforce, New Jersey has announced another $3 million for [ Read More: From NJ101.5 news: NJ Vo-tech schools adding these high-demand fields ]
State grants provide new career and technical education options at county vocational-technical schools
Cybersecurity, health professions, digital media and even heavy equipment operations will be among the seven new programs offered through New Jersey county vocational-technical school partnerships next fall, thanks to $3 [ Read More: State grants provide new career and technical education options at county vocational-technical schools ]
International corporations, local businesses, regional health care systems, the carpenters union, the U.S. Army and even an ice sculptor are among the organizations and individuals honored as 2017 business partners [ Read More: Business Partners Honored by County Vocational Technical Schools ]
Tantalizing aromas and eye-popping visual displays greeted attendees at the New Jersey Association of Counties annual conference as they entered the final event of the session, the sixth annual NJAC [ Read More: 2017 County Vocational-Technical Schools Cook-Off Is Another Great Success ]
Five of the top ten high schools in New Jersey are county vocational-technical schools, according to US News & World Report’s 2017 America’s Best High Schools survey, released on April [ Read More: 27 NJ county vocational-technical schools named to US News & World Report’s Best High Schools list ]
The Assembly Education Committee started a recent public hearing on school funding at Camden County Technical Schools’ Gloucester Township Campus with the presentation of an Assembly resolution recognizing February as [ Read More: Assembly Education Committee celebrates CTE Month at CCTS ]
Medical arts students at Camden County Technical Schools are dissecting orbital lobes this month as part of the district’s world-class Project Lead the Way curriculum.
Students and staff from both the Pennsauken Campus and the Gloucester Township Campus of Camden County Technical School exhibited at the Philadelphia Auto Show.
High-tech companies, local businesses, government agencies and even a beekeeper are among the 2016 Business Partners of the Year honored by New Jersey’s 21 county vocational-technical school districts this month. [ Read More: Business Partners of the Year Honored by County Vocational-Technical Schools ]