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On November 30th, 2017 Energy Tech hosted its second annual Networking Fair in partnership with the Queens Chamber of Commerce and the Long Island City Partnership. Students at the event connected with over 70 professionals from the surrounding community and across New York City.
Don’t limit your search to the city’s best-known high schools. Some lesser-known, up-and-coming places of learning make the grade., the Department of Education and The Post recommend eight such options:
June 29, 2015
Cletus Andoh and Radcliffe Saddler are just two of 3.3 million students across the country who are celebrating their recent graduation from high school, but their path to a diploma was unlike that of most of their peers. 
onEarth Magazine
Issue No. 1
New York’s former mayor, now a U.N. special envoy, sits down with one of the nation's foremost environmental journalists to talk electric cars, flood prevention, and the economics of climate change.
New York Daily News
April 18, 2015
Female students at a Queens high school are getting free lessons in computer coding under a new program to boost girls’ participation science, technology, engineering and math — better known as STEM.
New York Energy Week
June 11, 2014
As the utility that has the privilege of providing energy to the world’s greatest city, Con Edison knows the importance of developing a talented work force.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo Pressroom
April 7, 2014
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced awards totaling $1.1 million for five clean-energy training programs that will help prepare high school students for post-secondary education and careers in energy efficiency, renewable energy, and advanced technology. 
NYC Jobs Blueprint
March 17, 2014
Last week, a bi-partisan group of lawmakers, led by Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi and Senator David Valesky, introduced legislation that would direct the state Board of Regents to establish a new Career and Technical Education (CTE) diploma.
Crain's New York Business
March 2, 2014
Con Ed and five other companies join in a new approach to prepare students for a changing economy.
conEdison Newsroom
October 30, 2013
Fourteen-year-old Leah Jolly says she wants to be a chemical engineer and spends her time mixing concoctions in her mother’s kitchen to see how things work. 
The Wall Street Journal
August 15, 2013
The city Department of Education plans to expand its early college and career technical education high school program—lauded by President Obama in his State of the Union speech—with three new schools next year. New York
October 14, 2013
Students at the new Energy Tech High School in Queens aren't just earning their high school diplomas — they're getting a jump start on their college careers.
CUNY Newswire
August 15, 2013
New York City Department of Education Chancellor Dennis M. Walcott today announced the creation of three new Early College and Career Technical Education High Schools to open in September 2014.
April 2, 2013
Mayor Bloomberg and Schools Chancellor Dennis M. Walcott today announced that 78 new schools will open in September at the start of the 2013-2014 school year.
April 2, 2013
New York City will open 78 new schools in the fall, bringing the number opened under Mayor Michael Bloomberg to 656 and the total number of schools to more than 1,800 across the city.
New York Daily News
March 4, 2013
Pathways in Technology Early College High School in Brooklyn was spotlighted in President Barack Obama's State of the Union address as a shining example of science, technology and math education.

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