Teaching Technicians http://www.teachingtechnicians.org Teaching Technicians 2017 Community College Cyber Summit (3CS) http://www.teachingtechnicians.org/Event/Details.aspx?EventID=9669ee9b-ef00-445f-8941-ea2ff4c43548 1/29/2017 5:21:32 PM 3CS is the only national academic conference focused on cybersecurity education at community colleges. WHO SHOULD ATTEND 3CS? • College faculty and administrators. • IT faculty who are involved or who would like to become involved in cybersecurity education. • Non-IT faculty in critical infrastructure fields who are interested in incorporating cybersecurity topics into their curricula. • Decision makers in positions that influence cybersecurity education programs. • Community college students interested in learning about security or expanding their current knowledge. • Students attending the job fair on Wednesday, June 28th. PRE-SUMMIT JOB FAIR: Wednesday morning, June 28 The 2017 3CS will be preceded by a student job fair on June 28th from 9:00-11:30 am. Students enrolled in Information Security, Computer Science, and Information Technology degree programs will be offered the opportunity to speak with potential employers who have openings for skilled technicians in a wide array of IT and security-related positions. Learn more about 3CS and the Pre-Summit Job Fair: http://www.my3cs.org/pre-summit-job-fair Free 2017 Summer Professional Development Course- Advanced Automotive Technology http://www.teachingtechnicians.org/Event/Details.aspx?EventID=8b456b2f-e46f-4c95-bd33-17902e0b80f0 5/25/2017 9:40:34 AM Free 2017 Summer Professional Development Course Advanced Automotive Technology Advanced Technology Education Center (ATEC) Wayne State University 14601 E Twelve Mile Road Warren, MI 48088 July 10-11, 2017 9Am-4Pm To Register: Submit the application form on the second page of the flyer by Friday, July 5, 2017 to: yeh@wayne.edu. Seats are limited, please apply early. If you have additional questions, please contact Marsherry Jarrett at 313-577-9410 or the above email. Who Should Attend: This workshop was designed to provide fundamental concepts of the emerging advanced automotive technology to: • College/university engineering and technology faculty • Community college instructors • High school science and technology teachers • Automotive industry professionals Benefits of Attending: Those attending this workshop will • Explore state-of-the-art advanced automotive technology including fuel-cell systems for vehicles, cooperative connected vehicles, lightweight materials for automotive applications, and tour the Advanced Energy Storage System Lab. • Discuss emerging automotive technologies, course curriculum and lab development with professionals and peers. • Receive a certificate of completion accredited by Wayne State University, course materials, and a $200 stipend upon completion of the course. Don't miss NACAT 2017 at Macomb Community College- NACAT 2017 in Warren, MI July 17-20, 2017 http://www.teachingtechnicians.org/Event/Details.aspx?EventID=1ab655b1-a7cb-47ff-88c0-41a4d9164c49 4/21/2017 10:16:25 AM Join us for: Membership Meeting and Keynote Speaker Detroit River Cruise Your choice of 144 Training Sessions Fun for the Family BBQ Social and Valve Cover Races Trade Show Banquet and Award Ceremony at the GM Heritage Center Keynote Speaker! Timothy Anness Head of Jeep® FWD Exterior Design, FCA-North America Timothy Anness was appointed Head of Jeep Front Wheel Drive (FWD) Exterior Design in December 2016. In this position, Anness is responsible for all exterior advance packaging design activities for the Jeep brand's FWD platform. Anness has held a variety of positions of increasing responsibility in the Product Design Office, including his position as Head of Jeep FWD Exterior Design. Anness never loses sight of the core value to create a compelling, beautiful design. Anness finds design inspiration close to home - his children. He cites their unfiltered creativity as a resource. Anness supports the FCA US LLC sponsorship of the industrial design program at his alma mater, the University of Cincinnati, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in industrial design in 1990. In recent years, he also has advised seniors at the College for Creative Studies in Detroit. Micro Nano Technology Special Interest Group Meeting - July 18, 2017 @ HI-TEC http://www.teachingtechnicians.org/Event/Details.aspx?EventID=fdebb955-7bc8-413e-8054-9e57a489cf3b 6/9/2017 11:03:04 AM The Micro Nano Technology (MNT) Special Interest Group (SIG) Meeting is an all-day event on July 18, 2017 at HI-TEC in Salt Lake City, Utah. This meeting is a venue to share ideas and learn from others who work to educate technicians, a place to stay on the forefront of industry and workforce needs, and a forum to network and share ideas on ways to strengthen and augment workforce development programs through educational partnerships with industry for tomorrow's micro and nano technology workforce. Simply stated, the goals of the MNT SIG are threefold: • Increase knowledge and awareness of micro and nano science/technologies among STEM educators in secondary and post-secondary institutions. • Increase participation, collaboration, and networking with a diverse set of educators, industry representatives, students and administrators in micro/nano related branches of STEM. • Provide a perspective from students and working micro and nano technical professionals (including technicians) on skills preparation in technical education programs. Learn more about this meeting: http://mnt-conference.net/agenda.html. HI-TEC is a national conference on advanced technological education where secondary and postsecondary educators, counselors, industry professionals, trade organizations, and technicians can update their knowledge and skills. Charged with Educating America's Technical Workforce, the event focuses on the preparation needed by the existing and future workforce for companies in the high-tech sectors that drive our nation's economy. To learn more about HI-TEC or to register for the conference, visit: http://www.highimpact-tec.org/. The MNT Executive Committee and its sponsor, the National Science Foundation, recognize the importance of these two consecutive events and are, therefore, offering fellowships to attend these events. The fellowship includes the MNT SIG registration, complimentary registration for the HI-TEC main conference sessions on July 19 & 20, 2017 (a total value of $650),and 3 nights stay at The Grand America Hotel. Application Deadline is June 16, 2017. DOL and NSF Workforce Convening http://www.teachingtechnicians.org/Event/Details.aspx?EventID=08e251c4-5240-41a9-9846-2f6f2a7f954f 5/16/2017 10:04:13 AM Free DOL and NSF Workforce Convening at HI-TEC on Friday, July 21, 2017, from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm. This convening will focus on writing competitive NSF ATE project grants. Specifically, this session will feature extensive Q&A opportunities to help you refine the ideas you have and preliminary proposal work you have started. To get the full benefit from this session, it is highly recommended you participate in upcoming webinars (register here) or view recorded webinars (view here) for: • Grants and Innovation – A Great Match • Grant Proposal Resources, Roadmaps, and Timelines • Developing Stakeholder Partnerships Internally and Externally for Successful Grants • Tips for a Competitive Proposal All DOL TAACCCT grantees, NSF grantees, others in workforce education, and HI-TEC conference attendees are invited to register for this free technical assistance convening. Lead Program Officer for Advanced Technological Education Program at the National Science Foundation, Dr. Celeste Carter will be at the convening to answer questions. This convening is sponsored by the Centers Collaborative for Technical Assistance, a TAACCCT Learning Network affiliated effort led by five National Science Foundation Centers (National Convergence Technology Center, South Carolina ATE National Resource Center, Florida ATE Center, Bio-Link Next Generation National ATE Center, and MATEC Networks Resource Center).