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Education Guys: Guide to Technical Education

New York Trade Schools

Whether you want to study online or on-campus, and whether you prefer to attend a private or public university, community college or trade school, the state of New York gives you many options when it comes to getting a technical education.

Below you’ll find a few of the many colleges and trade schools offering technical programs in New York. All the schools are accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges, which is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. Because they are accredited, you can feel better about the quality of each school. We hope this list serves as a good starting point in your search for the best trade schools in New York.

Culinary Arts: International Culinary Center

The International Culinary Center in New York provides training opportunities in nearly every conceivable culinary discipline. Opened in 1984, ICC’s offerings include culinary-arts programs with several specialty concentrations; study abroad programs in Italy and Spain; bread-baking, pastry, and cake training; restaurant management and food writing programs; and more. ICC also offers a college-credit transfer option.

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Get a hands-on, job-specific education at Lincoln Tech.

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Get hands-on training with Ridley-Lowell Business & Technical Institute. Our campuses in New York and Connecticut can help give you career training in a wide variety of fields.

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Get a quality technical education and prepare for a better job at TCI College of Technology in New York City.

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Get the career you want at Branford Hall Career Institute.

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  • Bohemia
 

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