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Work Based Learning

CTI eBoard Job Bank

 

CTI Google Website for Career Development Resources

Need to work on your Career Plan? Undecided what you want to do after High School? Need help finding the right College or Advanced Trade School? Should I take the ASVAB test? CTI now provides a Google-based website called 21st Century Work Based Learning – Authentic Learning! Click on the graphic below and sign up to use this secure website. The website is full of supportive resources to help you with your career development. You must have a valid google email address to join. Are you ready for the 21st Century? Need more information? Contact Mr. Bonefont, Coordinator of Work Based Learning Programs in the CTI Main Office or email him at roberto.bonefont@dcboces.org

Click the banner below to access the Dutchess BOCES CTI Work Based Learning Website

 

 

CTI Google Website for Career Development Resources

 

 

 

 


 

What is Work Based Learning?

See this Work Based Learning Video on YOUTUBE: https://youtu.be/2Gtpb_Dg_lo


Legal Guide to Labor Laws and Safety

There are many labor laws that affect our student's ability to be hired for a job as well as for an internship, paid or non-paid.  The attached PDF file is legal guide to labor laws and safety that apply to our high school students that attend CTI.  Please read through this guide before you go out on a job hunting adventure.  This is dated material, so some of the information may be outdated. 

Special thanks to:

STATE EDUCATION CONTACTS

Work Experience Programs

State Education Department

Education Building

Albany, NY 12234

Phone: 518-486-1547

E-mail:

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR CONTACT

Karen A. Coleman

Director of Workforce Development & Training

NYS Department of Labor

Stated Campus, Building 12

Albany, NY 12240

E-mail for questions/comments: onestop@labor.state.ny.us

2010 Work Based Learning Legal Guide Document [PDF: Adobe Acrobat Reader Format]


Legal Guide to Labor Laws and Safety

There are many labor laws that affect our student's ability to be hired for a job as well as for an internship, paid or non-paid.  The attached PDF file is legal guide to labor laws and safety that apply to our high school students that attend CTI.  Please read through this guide before you go out on a job hunting adventure.  This is dated material, so some of the information may be outdated.

Special thanks to:

STATE EDUCATION CONTACTS

Work Experience Programs

State Education Department

Education Building

Albany, NY 12234

Phone: 518-486-1547

E-mail:

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR CONTACT

Karen A. Coleman

Director of Workforce Development & Training

NYS Department of Labor

Stated Campus, Building 12

Albany, NY 12240

E-mail for questions/comments: onestop@labor.state.ny.us


SKILLSUSA NY REGIONAL CHAMPIONS 2013-2014

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CTI SKILLS USA TEAM!

Congratulations to the Dutchess BOCES Career and
Technical Institute SKILLS USA team on their outstanding performance at New
York State competition in Syracuse, New York held in April. Over 50 students
participated in the annual event that matches the best students from throughout
the state in each of the career and technical areas.

 

Special congratulations to:

Ryan Cimorelli of Rhinebeck High School for his second place finish in Criminal
Justice.

Nick Vacarro of Rhinebeck High School for his first place finish in Culinary Arts.