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  • Clean Tech ECHS Info Night - 1.17.23

    The Clean Technologies & Sustainable Industries Early College High School in Malta offers an Information Night for prospective students, currently in 8th grade, who are interested in joining the Clean Tech ECHS P-TECH Program. School district leaders, parents and 8th grade students interested in learning more about the program are invited to attend on January 17, 2023 at 6:00pm. The agenda for the evening includes presentations from current students and program staff. 

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  • Tour of University at Albany

    Seniors in the Clean Technologies & Sustainable Industries Early College High School Program took a tour of the University at Albany campus on November 16th. The UAlbany Transfer Admission Guarantee (TAG) program assures UAlbany acceptance to HVCC students pursuing their associate's degree. This is an additional opportunity for students in the P-TECH program. During the visit, students met with representatives from the Admission's office, participated in a campus tour, and was able to visit and learn about the ETEC building, a hub for innovation, scholarship, applied research and commercial development. Students in the Early College High School program are taking coursework towards a degree in one of the program's degree pathways; Clean Energy, Community & Public Health, Cybersecurity, Engineering Sciences, Entrepreneurship, Mechatronics, or Surgical Technology. For more information on the P-TECH program, please contact ECHS Program Coordinator, Adrienne Snow,

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  • Nov. 9th Expo Recap/Photos

    This past week, the Clean Technologies & Sustainable Industries Early College High School, a NYS P-TECH school, hosted a Business & Education Networking Program. Attendees received an update on the expansion of the Hudson Valley Community College's North Campus from Executive Dean Dr. Jonathan Ashdown. The program included speakers from GLOBALFOUNDRIES and current students to discuss workforce development. The program hosted their Fall Student Project Exhibition as well. Students in grades 9 through 12 were able to talk about their innovative solutions to real world problems to school officials, families, and businesses.

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