Cardinal Egan and Award RecipientThe College of Westchester recently held its 36th Annual High School Awards Program. This program recognizes outstanding high school business and computer education students from over 40 area high schools from the counties of Westchester, Putnam, Bronx, Rockland, Orange, Dutchess, Fairfield, and the Borough of Manhattan. The honorees were chosen by their high school education instructors for recognition in the categories of achievement, determination and leadership. As a result, over 450 students were awarded certificates. Addressing the honorees was Edward Cardinal Egan, Archbishop Emeritus of New York. His Eminence provided thought-provoking comments and guidance to the recipients. 

The College of Westchester is committed to the community at large and education overall, and this event is proof of its commitment. It is rewarding to recognize such promising students in our community, even if they don’t choose to attend our college. CW exists to develop in students, the skills and abilities needed for the greater marketplace of the future. Over the past 95 years one attribute of CW that ensures students’ success in the marketplace is our continual evolution with employment trends and employers’ needs. We offer high quality, practical, career-focused, collegiate education leading to graduate success and security