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  Scholars Brochure

  A new SC ATE Scholars brochure is available for use by colleges implementing a new or expanding an existing SC ATE Scholars initiative. The brochure is targeted for industry and is designed to help colleges as they communicate with potential ATE Scholars industry consortia members. There is a generous space allotted for college contact information. Contact Sharon Needham, Sharon.Needham@fdtc.edu, for copies.

  Student Recruitment Brochure

  Let Engineering Technology Put You in Control is designed for use by SC technical colleges to recruit students for ATE engineering technology classes. The brochure discusses the difference between an engineer and an engineering technician, attributes of potential technicians, career options, the need for technicians, and a description of SC ATE and how it can help students meet their goals. Contact Sharon Needham at Sharon.Needham@fdtc.edu for copies. Recruitment posters make use of the graphic images from the cover of this brochure.

  Recruitment and Retention Monograph

  This monograph presents the results of two research studies and focus group and panel discussion on recruitment and retention of students in engineering technology programs at the two-year college level. Printed copies are available through the SC ATE Center of Excellence (Sharon.Needham@fdtc.edu). An online version also is available.

Double image, Robot and Students working at the Summer Technology Camp 2004; Click for details on starting your own technology camp.
 
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