Erie 1 BOCES is a public college located in West Seneca, New York in the Buffalo Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 505 undergraduate students. Admissions is fairly competitive as the Erie 1 BOCES acceptance rate is 35%. Popular majors include Licensed Practical Nurse Training (LPN), Cosmetology, and Barbering. Erie 1 BOCES alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $31,400.
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I love welding their welding program. I am currently taking welding 2 after completing welding 1 a few weeks ago. Getting hands on experience in an actual welding shop is great! We are challenged every class by the curriculum, it is also very fun! There are plenty of job opportunities for welders, along with a few skilled trades unions I could join.
Erie 1 Boces has classes that I can attend around my daughters schedule. They provide morning and evening classes and I get out at a reasonable time. When I transferred none of my credits from the previous schools I went to did not transfer. I was well aware of that due to being told when I enrolled in those previous schools. The fact that I have to start all over again does not bother me at all. Knowledge is power.
I like this school. It is an easy transition into the world, because it offers the courses you need to succeed. There are no Gen Eds, which is a down side if you want to transfer to another school, as well as their "credits" don't exactly transfer anywhere. Other schools may or may not give you "credit" for already knowing material. They prepare you well for the BIG EXAM aka the NCLEX-PN Licensing Exam. They make sure you are ready to take it and pass when the time comes. The instructors are with you every step of the way and are willing to help whenever feasable.