150 college instructors traded their lectern for a student’s desk last month. The annual Train-the-Trainer event held each year at Gateway Technical College in Kenosha, WI is favored by many as an opportunity to explore new certification offerings and to network with other instructors from around the country.
Signing a national letter of intent is one of the most exciting events in the career of a student-athlete. It’s a declaration of his or her intent to attend a specific school for the next several years. As of late, National Signing Day has become a media circus of sorts as major sports networks broadcast high school sports players as they publicly pledge their allegiance to specific universities.
2016 NC3 Leadership Summit Delivers Engagement and Inspiration for its Network of Industry and Education Leaders
This year’s NC3 Leadership Summit featured a number of leading industry and educational presenters and introduced a number of new partnerships and industry certifications.
Ivy Tech Northeast’s Automotive Technology Program Enters Training Partnership with Mopar Career Automotive Program
Ivy Tech Community College Northeast has entered into a partnership with Fiat Chrysler Automobile’s (FCA) Mopar Career Automotive Program, or Mopar CAP, to create a next-generation employment pipeline for Mopar-certified automotive technicians who will service Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Jeep and Ram vehicles. Mopar is the parts, service and customer care organization within FCA.
On February 18, fourteen community and technical colleges across the country participated in the third annual NC3-sponsored National CTE Letter of Intent Signing Day. In all, over 1,250 students took part in signing ceremonies that recognized their intention to pursue technical career pathways.