Adult Education

Adult Education



Where do you envision yourself, a new career, earning your high school diploma, learning new skills for career advancement, exploring hobbies and areas of interest DCMO BOCES has exciting continuing education opportunities to help you reach your goals.  

Contact us at 607-335-1210 for more information.

Did life get in the way of earning your high school diploma? 

We have programs that can assist you with meeting this goal . A variety of options are available to support you with earning your high school equivalency diploma while gaining employability skills.  

Call 607-335-1210

Please browse the many programs we offer and let us help you find a pathway to your next job.

Truck Driving License

Get your CDL-A restricted license and earn good money while driving a dump truck w/trailer. There are plenty of job opportunities for those who possess a CDL-A restricted license. A CDL-A restricted license will allow you to drive any dump truck of any size and specifications along with a 10,000 pound plus trailer attached; loaded with anything from heavy equipment, gravel, firewood, blue stone, culverts, pipe, etc.  Or get a CDL-B License suitable for driving Dump, box, cargo trucks, and more.

Career Training

Career Training Courses
Health Occupations Training Options 


Office of Adult and 
Continuing Education

Leisure Learning Programs Now Recruiting Instructors

The DCMO BOCES Leisure Education program is now accepting proposals for short term workshops.  We are looking for educational experiences that benefit the adult population such as leisure activites, enrichment, fitness, arts and more.  As an independent provider, you can negotiate the schedule, class size, and content.  We reward your teaching talents with competitive hourly compensation, use of facilities, and promotional services.  
DCMO BOCES has state of the art facilities suitable for many industry learning needs.  If your program links students to a career or technical education opportunity, we can facilitate equipment and resources to help you deliver a value added educational experience. 
We are looking for pasionate artists, craftspeople, historians, health coaches, and talented instructors.  In the past, our students enjoyed painting projects, wood carving, photography, and theater improvisations.  You have a talent to share and all we need is to hear from you about your ideas for a course.
The first step is to email us your concept.  Just develop a short narrative explaining your course and we will contact you to complete an application and submit references.  Please mail your concept page to: [email protected]
We welcome your questions.  Don't hesitate to call  607-335-1216. 
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