Business & Finance
Launched in June 2016, the CTE Business and Finance Commission is the most recently added commission to the NYC CTE portfolio and seeks to provide opportunities for students in the over 35 CTE Business and Finance programs available in schools throughout NYC. The Commission is co-chaired by Anaita Kasad, Partner, State and Local Government, Guidehouse and Jimmy Chow, Director of Community Relations, MasterCard. As one of NYC's strongest industry sectors, Business and Finance Commission members represent a wide range of businesses with varied size and scope. Below are a selection of the commission’s most dedicated partners.
Business & Finance Core Commission Members include:
- SIFMA Foundation
- Progress Playbook
- Northfield Bank
- Small Business Management Consulting
- Katalyst Executive Coaching
- Media Marketing Effect
- Wells Fargo
Be the voice that shapes the future! We invite you to connect with our commission to help inspire and educate CTE students. To learn more about the Business and Finance Commission and specific ways in which you can support schools, please contact Laura Bucko, Industry Engagement Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Schools with CTE Business and Finance Programs
With over 30 NYC high schools with CTE Business and Finance programs, there are many options for students and families to choose from. Our CTE Program Directory tool can help you explore the comprehensive list of programs available at NYC high schools. There is a wide variety of benefits to CTE programs. Students opting for Business and Finance programs have the unique advantage of being exposed to learning and work opportunities in the key areas noted below as well as industry-relevant credentials.
Business and Finance Learning Areas:
- Global Commerce
- Business Administration and Management
- New Media/E-Commerce
Key Credentials offered:
- NOCTI – Basic Accounting
- Microsoft Office Specialist – Expert
- ASK Business Fundamentals