Students like Sadia Ahmed, a senior at Aviation High School, are helping to redefine what is possible for NYC students. Learn more about Sadia and Aviation High School's CTE program as our "We Are DOE" series continues.
Our "We Are DOE" series continues with Carol Sun, a work-based learning coordinator at the Manhattan Early College for Advertising, a Career and Technical Education (CTE) public school for students in Manhattan.
NYC public schools are celebrating NYC's first-ever Career Discovery Week (2/10-2/14). Learn how the DOE and the Partnership for New York City are helping more than 6,000 high school students learn about job opportunities across a range of industries.
For the latest installment of our ongoing "We Are DOE" series, we're featuring Kyle Pierre, a Career and Technical Education (CTE) teacher apprentice at the Academy of Innovative Technology in Brooklyn
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