Career Technical Education in the Greater Rochester Region

High School Career Technical Education (CTE) programs offer certification and hands-on training while students are still in high school. Many students work part-time or secure full-time work upon graduation. Workplaces will often provide additional on the job training through apprenticeships, internships or by paying for certificate and degree programs at area community colleges or 4 year colleges at no cost to the employee. Career technical education graduates receive a high school diploma and can go on for more training, 2 year or 4 year college degrees in their field of interest.  

Contact your high school counselor to learn more about Career Technical Education programs. You can also contact programs directly.

Explore CTE options:

Genesee Valley Educational Partnership:

Monroe 2 BOCES

Monroe 1 BOCES

Wayne Finger Lakes BOCES-

Rochester City School District:

Early College High Schools: Pathways to Technology (P-Tech) Career Pathways