Welcome to REOC

Over forty years of ongoing service to the Rochester community has earned the REOC the reputation as one of the outstanding Centers in the state (there are 10 such centers in New York state; one in or near almost every major city). Teachers, counselors, support staff, and administrators, with the support of The College at Brockport and the SUNY Center for Academic and Workforce Development, together have worked to give students the opportunity to gain skills needed to continue to college or obtain a career.

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Career Services

We will help you with group and individual enhancements in interview skill training, soft skills application, any and all other skills to prepare you for employment. Our Employment Counselors are prepared to assist you with making career choices that are right for you through career counseling.

Registration & Records

The Registration and Records Office is responsible for the creation, maintenance, and documentation of enrollment information for all enrolled students at our school. In addition, this office tracks, verifies, and maintains center-wide enrollment data for all programs.

College Connections

Our professional staff provides information and assistance with college admission procedures, financial aid programs, college survival skills and college preparedness. They also coordinate the SAT Preparation Program and Pre-College Institute for college-bound students.


Alumni Success Stories

See how REOC alumni are pursuing rewarding careers, redefining their fields, and living their dreams.

Alumni Updates

Help us keep our records current by telling us about any updates to your name, contact or employment information. that way we can keep you up-to-date on what’s happening at REOC.


Real stories from REOC students

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Sam Sanders, Office Support Specialist

Sam Sanders was in a terrible car accident that left him unable to stay in the career he had been in for 30 years. He was told he would be unable to walk and didn’t see how he could change careers much less care for himself.
Read Sam's Story
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Dana Johnson, Medical Secretary

Dana Johnson was working full-time when she started at the REOC. She knew that it may be difficult to juggle work and a full-time school schedule but she knew that she needed to get the training to move her into a career in health care. Read Dana's Story
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Griselle Hernandez, Medical Secretary

After searching the internet for something that would help her obtain her High School Equivalency, Griselle Hernandez came across the REOC. Griselle saw that the program fit her needs and she applied.
Read Griselle's Story