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August 01, 2014
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Career & Tech students inducted into National Honor Society

The Career & Technical Education Center at Sullivan BOCES inducts 32 students into the National Technical Honor Society.
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LIBERTY, NY — The Board of Cooperative Educational Services announced that 32 Career and Technical Education students were inducted into the National Vocational Technical Honor Society.
The honor society only inducts a select group of individuals into its society each year. Part of the induction process is to go through an extensive referral and interview process in order to be considered for this honor. This year 10% of Career and Tech population made it into this distinct group.

The 2014 inductees include: Animal Science: Alexandria Horner, Kimberly Klein, Nicholas Myers, Ashlynne Ratner, Amelia Shaver, Johanna Shaver, Danielle Sykes, and Haley Tufano; Auto Mechanics: Trevor Cederia, Quinn Jackson, and Eric Schick; Community Based Work Program: Bryan Reyes; Computer Networking/Broadband: John Barbiani; Cosmetology: Paige Butler, Nicole Eisele, and Cierra Roth; Culinary Arts: Ariana Fassetta, Sierra Gattling, Ivonne Serapio, Deanna Snowden, and Sienna Tate; Early Childhood: Skye Feinman, and Kelly Keser; Health Occupations: Lauren Frey, Stasey Gray, Jonathan Harned, Adam Hurwitz, Shane Martin, Tristien Perez, Joel Reyes, Sabrena Smith, and Danielle Stratton.

For more information on the programs available through the Career and Technical Education Center, visit scboces.org.