New Vision Parent Night Set March 7 at SUNY Oswego

OSWEGO – A free parent information night will be held at the SUNY Oswego Sheldon Hall Ballroom on March 7 at 6 p.m. for students and parents interested in New Vision programs through the Center for Instruction, Technology and Innovation.

New Vision alum Cheyenne Trudell gains hands-on experience through job shadowing at the Fulton City Police Department.

There are three New Vision program offerings: Law and Government, Allied Health and Specialized Careers.

Students spend classroom time on the SUNY Oswego campus, but also rotate job shadowing experiences at local organizations such as hospitals, town courts and veterinary offices.

“New Vision offers college credits on top of all of the advanced placement classes that I was enrolled in at my school,” said 2018 alum Cade Reed.

2017 alum Caitlyn Kerst said, “The New Vision Allied Health Program truly prepared me for the transition to college. Not only did I gain exposure to a college campus and obtain a large number of credits, but I also developed relationships with professionals in my community that were valuable when starting my career as a Registered Nurse.”

CiTi teachers and counselors will be available at the New Vision Parent Information Night held at SUNY Oswego on March 7 to take questions and provide resources. Additional information and application materials are available at CiTiboces.org/CTE.