In addition to opportunities to learn about career and technical programs and career options, the
For the chance to win prizes, visitors should find one of the red-jacketed SkillsUSA members available at designated locations and complete the entry form for the evening’s drawings. Cosmetology services,
Stop by the 21st Century Learning Lab and take the survey for the chance to win some maple syrup. The short survey focuses on the Jefferson-Lewis BOCES Career and Technical Education website and how it might be improved.
Other open house activities include:
>Christy Briones from Jefferson County Public Health discussing teen driving safety
>cosmetology student demonstrations
> a typing contest at 7 p.m.
> Mr. Pope Vickers will answer questions about the Edge program and how to earn college credit while enrolled in BOCES' Culinary Arts and New Vision Alternative Energy programs (7p.m.)
> Parent Portal enrollment
> Adirondack chairs built by Building Maintenance students will be available for purchase
>Adult education, military and college representatives will be available including the U.S. Air Force and Jefferson Community College.
The open house will run from 6 to 8 p.m. The Life Skills Packer Bay Cafe will be open 6 to 7:15 p.m.
For more information read Bohlen Center open house Wednesday, Nov. 16.