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Patricia Bertrand of the Brooklyn Academy of Global Finance accepts her award frJonathan FickiesPatricia Bertrand of the Brooklyn Academy of Global Finance accepts her award from Sterling Roberson, the UFT vice president for CTE high schools, and gets some help carrying the plaques from her 6-year-old daughter, Madison.
A packed house applauds one of the evening’s speakers.Jonathan FickiesA packed house applauds one of the evening’s speakers.
Honoree Leyann Vanderharten (holding plaques) of Pathways to Graduation in QueenJonathan FickiesHonoree Leyann Vanderharten (holding plaques) of Pathways to Graduation in Queens is surrounded by supporters, including Chapter Leader Michael Friedman (standing, left).
Nicole Zagada (standing, center), a former Edwin Espallait Award winner as outstJonathan FickiesNicole Zagada (standing, center), a former Edwin Espallait Award winner as outstanding Success Via Apprenticeship graduate, celebrates with colleagues from Queens Vocational and Technical HS after winning two awards as a teacher.
Teachers from the HS of Art and Design in Manhattan are proud of their award-winJonathan FickiesTeachers from the HS of Art and Design in Manhattan are proud of their award-winning colleague Hanan Harchol (seated, center).
Family members and colleagues are all smiles as they gather around honoree RusseJonathan FickiesFamily members and colleagues are all smiles as they gather around honoree Russell Nitchman (front, center) of John Bowne HS in Queens.
Honoree Michael Whalen (standing, center) enjoys the festivities with family memJonathan FickiesHonoree Michael Whalen (standing, center) enjoys the festivities with family members and colleagues from Staten Island Technical HS.
Analia Gerard (standing, right), the UFT’s Staten Island borough representative,Jonathan FickiesAnalia Gerard (standing, right), the UFT’s Staten Island borough representative, and Special Representative Donna Coppola (standing, center) congratulate honoree John McLaughlin (seated, center) of New Dorp HS, who shares the spotlight with his son John, wife Dina and colleague Julio Mejia.
Bryan Deo (center) poses with his plaques and his colleagues from Transit Tech CJonathan FickiesBryan Deo (center) poses with his plaques and his colleagues from Transit Tech CTE HS in Brooklyn.

Nearly 500 people packed Shanker Hall on Feb. 15 to celebrate the city’s career and technical education programs at the 2018 CTE Awards Recognition Ceremony at UFT headquarters in Manhattan.

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