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  1. Automotive Manufacturing Technical Education Collaborative (AMTEC)
  2. Regional Center For Nuclear Energy Education and Training (RCNET)
  3. Southeast Maritime and Transportation (SMART) Center
  4. DeafTEC: Technological Education Center for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students
  5. Seattle's Hub for Industry-driven Nanotechnology Education (SHINE)

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  1. Establishing an Instrumental Pathway Partnership between UMET, Institutos Tecnologicos de Puerto Rico and Industry
  2. Tropical Ornamental Mariculture Technician Certificate
  3. Exploring Biotechnology: A Pathway to Prosperity in Rural and Urban Oregon
  4. Intelligent Infrastructure Systems Education Project
  5. Developing the Digital Technologist for the New Millennium

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View Resource Vine Stories

This site, from RKW Productions, is a "wine education website which introduces consumers to limited production wineries through mini-documentaries." These documentaries feature wineries in California, Oregon, and Washington. Approximately 50 wineries are profiled in order educate the public about winemaking and provide exposure for these small wineries.

View Resource Manufacturing and Engineering Programs

This resource, created by Technology and Innovation in Manufacturing Education (TIME Center), examines the various manufacturing and engineering programs available at five core community college partners. These colleges are the Community College of Baltimore County, Chesapeake College, College of Southern Maryland, Harford Community College, and Wor Wic Community College.

View Resource Job Possibilities for ATE students

The South Carolina Advanced Technological Education National Resource Center provides this list of job possibilities for ATE students. The information is "based on local data collected by Florence-Darlington Technical College" in Florence, SC and may vary at other locations. Jobs include AutoCad operator, civil engineer technician, chemical lab technician, and chemical process technician.

View Resource Nanotechnology Lab Instruments

This page from Seattle's Hub for Industry-driven Nanotechnology Education (SHINE) lists instruments in the SHINE Nanotechnology Lab. These include Aspex Explorer SEM/EDS, Leica S430 SEM, and Nanosurf AFM. Included on each instrument's individual page is a picture, description, key features, and material restrictions. Students in the SHINE program receive hands-on training to operate each...

View Resource Winery and Vineyard Feasibility Workbooks

This page from the Agricultural Market Resource Center at Iowa State University reviews winery and vineyard feasibility workbooks. These Excel workbooks require the user to have "a good understanding of grape or wine production, marketing, management and accounting principles." The workbooks include ten year financial planning as well as estimated vineyard establishment and production...

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