ENYMTA & Boat Upstate NY Honored
Plattsburgh, NY –
Eastern New York Marine Trades Association (ENYMTA), Founders of Boat Upstate NY have been honored by New York State Association of Career & Technical Education Administrators (ACTEA)
The Eastern New York Marine Trades Association has been selected as a 2018 CTE Business & Industry Recipient of the Special Recognition Award from the New York State Association of Career & Technical Education Administrators (ACTEA) for their work with CV-TEC in the Marine Technology Program. The award is designed to recognize special contributions to Career & Technical Education by its members and professionals who have furthered the aims and objectives for youth and adults in New York State. The ENYMTA was honored at a Special Awards Reception on Thursday, April 12th at the association’s Annual Conference in Albany, NY where he was presented with the award.
ENYMTA is dedicated to advancing the interests of the marine trades in the Capital, Saratoga and Adirondack Regions of NYS since 1975. The leaders of ENYMTA have devoted their careers to the industry and recognized the need for a trained quality workforce in the region. In 2011, the group lobbied for the creation of a Marine Technology program to provide training opportunities for students in the North Country. The Marine Technology program in partnership with CV-TEC opened in the Ticonderoga in 2012 and is now located at the CV-TEC Mineville Campus. The program continues to evolve and grow due to the unwaivered support of ENYMTA.
Pictured from left to right: Mr. James McCartney, CV-TEC Plattsburgh Satellite Campus Principal; Mr. Scott Andersen, ENYMTA; Mr. Joel Holden, ENYMTA President; Mrs. Michele M. Friedman, CV-TEC Director
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