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At Greater New Bedford Voc-Tech you’ll get a great academic education, and you’ll also learn the technical and vocational skills that can jump start your career as soon as you walk off the stage at graduation. We don’t just get you ready for college, we get you ready for whatever your next steps might be.

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GNBVT FUNDrive = Success!

GNBVT FUNDrive = Success!

The Family Engagement Center, in partnership with the Nursing Department, organized a FUNDrive to benefit Doctors Without Borders. Our FUNDrive drew in an overwhelming amount of support from our school community. We received over 2,700 pounds of clothing which will be repurposed within the community. Continue Reading GNBVT FUNDrive = Success!

Graduation 2022

Graduation 2022

On June 3, 2022, Jeffery E. Riley Stadium at Greater New Bedford Voc-Tech was filled with family, friends and members of our school community as the Class of 2022 Artisans crossed the stage at our annual graduation ceremony. Superintendent Watson urged the students to “Embrace your experiences, challenge yourselves every day with all your heart.” Continue Reading Graduation 2022

June is . . .

Say No To Hate - Celebrate Pride Month

The LGBT+ community celebrates during the month of June and it is dedicated to the uplifting of LGBT+ voices, culture, achievements, rights and to raise awareness on current issues facing the community. It is celebrated in June because that was when the Stonewall Riots took place back in 1969 in the West Village in New York City. Each of the six colors of the rainbow flag represent a different aspect of the LGBT+ movement including life, healing, sunlight, nature serenity and spirit. Known as the “Mother of Pride,” It was Brenda Howard who coordinated the first LGBT+ Pride march which sparked many events and celebrations throughout the month. Here at GNBVT, we make equality, inclusion and diversity a priority all year long to make our school community supported and heard.

Love takes off the masks that we fear we cannot live without and know we cannot live within.

James Baldwin

American Writer and Activist

Do Better, Be Better, Be Kind!