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for dynamic approaches to Technician Education.

For Students

Find helpful technician education resources to support your achievements in the classroom, and beyond.

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For Educators

Enrich your technician program with faculty trainings, quality teaching aids, education research, and much more.

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For Industry

Become a partner and help mold a future generation of technicians to meet your company’s needs.

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SCATE Center Initiatives

Teaching Technicians

Our online resource for Technician Educators, including professional development opportunities, teaching approaches, research findings, and more.

Mentor-Connect

Qualified individuals work with experienced ATE PI’s, Co-PI’s, and PM’s to develop grant writing and leadership skills for successful NSF ATE program funding.

Tech Stars

Qualified FDTC students are eligible to receive NSF S-STEM funded scholarships that promote student success while discouraging student loan debt.

Build Your Own Video

Advanced technology programs can create their own custom online recruitment videos using ATETV’s expansive library of micro content to attract prospetive students.

Latest News

New Center Leaders are Mentor-Connect Alumnus

New Center Leaders are Mentor-Connect Alumnus

Mentor-Connect alumni Jonathan Beck and Thomas Biller are the principal investigator and co-principal investigator, respectively, of the newest ATE Center –the Center for Autonomous Technologies (NCAT).

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Ken Mays, Former Mentor-Connect Mentee, Becomes Mentor Fellow

Ken Mays, Former Mentor-Connect Mentee, Becomes Mentor Fellow

Mays is the first Mentor-Connect mentee to participate in the internship program that prepares people to became mentors for Mentor-Connect, the ATE project that helped his first National Science Foundation (NSF) grant.

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Congratulations to the four selected 2019 Mentor Fellows

Congratulations to the four selected 2019 Mentor Fellows

Meet the 2019 Mentor Fellows - The Mentor Fellows internship program is an activity of the Mentor-Connect: Leadership Development and Outreach for ATE-2 project (DUE #1501183).

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