Twenty-eight students, representing school districts from across Nassau County, were inducted into the NTHS this spring. Membership in the NTHS is the nation’s highest honor for excellence in career and technical education.
Twenty-nine Barry Tech and GC Tech students were acknowledged for taking the next major step in their professional lives by committing to jobs in their chosen fields of study or a military career during the agency’s first Career Signing Day. Twenty-one of the seniors from across Long Island schools will enter full-time work and 8 will begin careers in the military.
In its first year as a stand-alone class, offered at Nassau BOCES GC Tech in Levittown, the EMT course boasts that 7 of its 8 students have already passed the practical portion of the state test and now qualify to take the written portion of the exam.
18 exceptional students were honored with the George Farber Outstanding Student Award. Winners received a plaque and $100 from the Nassau BOCES Educational Foundation. The students were celebrated at a special ceremony attended by board members, administrators, staff, and family.