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  • Congratulations to the UCVTS HOSA participants on a great performance at the NJ State HOSA competition.

    Our NJ Medal Winners for 2018-2019 are:

    Behavioral Health - Katrina Huwang - 1st place
    Life Support Skills - Krizia A - 1st place
    Health Career Display - Kaitlyn Acevedo and Samantha L - 1st place
    Medical Spelling - Dorian Ho - 1st Place

    Medical Spelling - Jessica Pattathil - 2nd place
    Biomedical Debate - Ashini B, Elizabeth N, and Sukhmani Grover - 2nd place
    Creative Problem Solving - Deborah Obiajulu, Isabelle Lin, and Alysa Liu - 2nd place
    HOSA Bowl - Gauri Patel, Sebastian Rodriguez, and Javier R - 2nd place
    Human Growth and Development - Sophia R - 2nd place
    Medical Innovation Existing - Nathan Lam and Tara M - 2nd place

    Medical Law and Ethics - Amanda P - 3rd place
    Prepared Speaking - Roshni D - 4th place
    Creative Problem Solving - Devman Gupta, Catherine Agafonova, Andrew Yu, and Allison Klein - 5th place
    Pathophysiology - Noam Rotenberg - 5th place

    We are also proud to announce that UCVTS HOSA has three students who will be serving as HOSA State Officers for the 2019-2020 School Year!

    President- Nathan Lam
    Northern Regional Vice-President- Raj Bhatt
    Parliamentarian- Dorian Ho

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  • Skills USA competitions

    Congratulations to all the our UCCTI and UCTECH students who competed on Saturday, March 9, 2019 at the Skills USA competitions that were held in Gloucester and Camden Counties. Our students competed in the following competitions: Culinary Arts, Barbering, Cosmetology Novice, Cosmetology Advance, Cosmetology Quiz Bowl, Crime Scene Investigation, Esthetics Skin Care, People's Choice Manikin Fantasy Make Up, Nail Care, Wedding Cake Decorating.

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  • UCVTS Welcomes Senate President Stephen Sweeney to Campus

    Sweeney Touts Critical Importance of Vo-Tech Bonds to State’s Economic Growth

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  • The Union County Vocational-Technical School District guarantees equal educational, vocational and employment opportunities to all, regardless of race, color, age, creed, gender, ancestry/national origin, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, marital status or disability.