New York is the epicenter of the nation's culinary, arts/design and fashion design industries. Vocational school students will find endless inspiration in New York City, home to the world's leading fashion designers, chefs, artists, cosmetologists and hair stylists.
At the same time, New York City's "Silicon Alley" and thriving international business sector make it a desirable location for vocational and technical school students studying computers, information technology and business. As the financial capital of the world, New York City is the perfect place for careers in finance, banking and insurance.
Rochester, traditionally a manufacturing center, has also experienced a boom in technological industries. Xerox has its manufacturing facilities in Rochester, and companies like Eastman Kodak and Bausch and Lomb offer job opportunities for New York's technical school graduates.
New York City and Western New York may offer vocational school students an exciting setting for technical training. New York trade school graduates perform a critical role in the design, manufacturing and technology industries here.