In support of Infrastructure Week C-Tech an American business that develops and manufactures workforce development solutions for Career & Technical Education (CTE) providers kicked off the week of May 15th at Transit Tech CTE HS in NYC. The Infrastructure week event recognized American businesses, workers, elected leaders and everyday citizens that help support our Nation’s roads, bridges, rail, ports, airports, water, energy grid and connectivity infrastructure that make America competitive.
Representing C-Tech, David L. Brady, Vice President of National Business and William L. Brady, President and CEO joined the United Federation of Teachers, Vice President of Career and Technical Education, Sterling Roberson, American labor leader, Randi Weingarten, President of the American Federation of Teachers, AFL-CIO member, Marlon Bynum, Principal Transit Tech CTE HS, Patrick Smith, NYC MTA Chief Officer Strategic and Business Partnerships, Dwayne Sampson, Transportation Diversity Council (TDC) President in collaboration with NYC DOE and CTE Advisory Council members.
The event included a school tour that highlighted the essential links between career and technical education and the city’s transportation infrastructure. Transit Tech is a showcase school offering students a real-world education in all aspects of 21st Century skills, from maintaining the city’s rail cars to transportation electronics, computer engineering, electrical, connectivity infrastructure, and cyber security. David Brady addressed the community by explaining C-Tech’s twenty year relationship with Transit Tech in helping create a skilled workforce by providing students with the tools necessary that lead to high paying careers.