|February is National Career and Technical Education month and New Jersey has much to celebrate: Our state is now a national leader in making career and technical education an educational and economic priority, and our county vocational-technical schools are well-recognized for innovative programs that give all types of students a head start on college and career success. Please click Here to read about CTE initiatives throughout the state.
As part of the celebration of Career and Technical Education (CTE) month the Bergen County Technical High School, Teterboro had the opportunity to host several honored guests for a tour of three CTE programs. In attendance were Bergen County Freeholder Chairman Mr. Steve Tanelli; Catherine Suarez Esq., the Chief of Staff for NJ Assemblywoman Marlene Caride; Ms. Norah Peck, Bergen County Interim Executive County Superintendent of Schools; and Sharon Rosario, Education Program Development Specialist, NJ Department of Education.The guests observed students in our Aerospace Engineering program refining an advanced robotics project recently completed for the Panasonic Design Challenge. They witnessed Culinology® students preparing for an upcoming experimental restaurant, and Automotive Engineering & Design students examining the components and technology required to run a four-cylinder engine. The Bergen County Technical School District, through its various programs, is committed to providing outstanding technical education focused on preparing students for the 21st century. Our students were proud to showcase their respective CTE programs and demonstrate their knowledge and accomplishments to our distinguished guests during Career and Technical Education month.
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