Career & Technical Education

Director of Career & Technical Education: Mr. James Tripp Pockevicius (  

Secretary to the Director of Career & Technical Education (Ext. 1700): Ms. Margaret (Peggi) Corsi ( 

Asst. Director of Career & Technical Education: Mrs. Jennifer Stachura (  

Secretary (Ext. 1706): Ms. Debra Jankowski (  


The office for the Director of Career & Technical Education oversees Bay Path’s 23 shops and works with town offices and non-profit agencies in our ten towns: Auburn, Charlton, Dudley, North Brookfield, Oxford, Paxton, Rutland, Southbridge, Spencer and Webster. 

All Career & Technical programs align with the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Chapter 74 Frameworks.  

Bay Path prides itself in serving the community. Any town office or non-profit agency interested in having outside work done in your town by the following shops:  Cabinetmaking, Carpentry, Plumbing, Electrical, Metal Fabrication, Drafting, Building & Property Maintenance or Masonry & Tile Setting, please contact our office at 508-248-5971, Ext. 1700, via e-mail or by letter with the work you are looking to have done. The requested work must fit the educational scope and sequence.  

We have shops that do work directly for residents of our towns(Please note that the work is done in the school and must be picked up by the customer as the school is not able to deliver or install on any resident’s property.)  Unfortunately, we are unable to do for work for any for profit company. 

Advanced Manufacturing - Ext. 1323

Automotive Collision Repair & Refinishing: - Ext. 1332

Automotive Technology - Ext. 1330

Business Technology - Ext. 1300

Cabinetmaking - Ext. 1310

Carpentry - Ext.1312

Cosmetology - Ext. 1179

Culinary Arts - Ext. 1339

Graphic Communications - Ext. 1167


House Project

Our office is responsible for the Bay Path Annual House Project each yearPlease click the link for a copy of our Annual House Building Policy and ApplicationAdvertisements for the house project are placed in newspapers that cover our 10 towns in late October/early NovemberApplications are due, per the policy, by the first Monday of the following January.


Your Expertise Can Help Keep Our Programs Thriving! 

Looking to get more involved with Bay Path? Look no further than our General Advisory Committee. We depend on our General Advisory Committee to help us create an environment that mirrors the diverse, global workforce and encourages students to strive for success in the career of their choosing whether traditional or nontraditional. 

Meeting regularly with business leaders, industry professionals, and alumni to review program curriculum, make equipment recommendations, and provide insight on industry trends ensures our students are prepared for the workforce. Who knows, perhaps you’ll connect with someone who can help strengthen your network and career! 

We are always looking for new members. If you have expertise in one of our program areas and want to help, please consider registering today by reaching out.