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2016 Program Book



HI-TEC: Educating America's Technical Workforce



ABOUT HI-TEC

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.

HI-TEC will uniquely explore the convergence of scientific disciplines and technologies including:

  • Advanced Manufacturing Technologies
  • Bio and Agricultural Technologies
  • Energy and EnvironmentalTechnologies
  • Engineering Technologies
  • Information, Communications and Geospatial Technologies
  • Learning, Evaluation and Research
  • Micro and Nanotechnologies
  • Security Technologies
  • Workforce Diversity

Attendees have the option to choose from approximately 15 preconference workshops and industry site tours during the first 2 days, followed by the 2-day main conference featuring keynote speakers and 60+ breakout sessions. There will also be an awards luncheon an active Exhibit Hall with an exhibitor reception and more!


WHO SHOULD ATTEND HI-TEC?

  • Community College & University Educators
  • High School Educators
  • Workforce Development Advocates
  • Trade Organizations
  • Industry Professionals
  • Technicians

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HOW TO BECOME A PRODUCER

HI-TEC is produced by a consortium of NSF Advanced Technological Education centers and projects.

For more information about becoming a HI-TEC producer, click here. HI-TEC producers are listed below.

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HI-TEC is supported by the National Science Foundation and contributions from corporate and industry partners.

With Support From:

 

The National Science Foundation's Advanced Technological Education (ATE) program endeavors to strengthen the skills of technicians, whose work is vitally important to the nation's prosperity and security. Through collaborations between two-year institutions and industry, ATE centers and projects ensure that our future technical workforce receives the education and tools necessary to excel professionally and to meet the needs of our ever-growing high-tech industries.


Questions: Contact Sheila Wilson swilson@cord.org.