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Preparing a Budget and Budget Justification for Your NSF ATE Proposal Live 2018

This webinar, from Mentor-Connect, was presented on March 1st, 2018. This webinar provides an overview of budgeting for National Science Foundation (NSF) Advanced Technological Education (ATE) proposals, a walk through of the NSF budget form and the budget justification form, and questions and answers from webinar participants. The presenters were Elaine Craft, Principal Investigator for...

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CROs and Incubators at Educational Institutions

This webinar recording is provided by Bio-Link and Maricopa Advanced Technology Education Center (MATEC). This webinar was given by five presenters that came from different educational institutions, including St. Louis Community College, Austin Community College, Bluegrass Community and Technical College, and Salt Lake Community College. The presentations provide an introduction to Contract...

Infusing Vital Employability Skills into Cybersecurity and Advanced Manufacturing Programs
http://www.necessaryskillsnow.org/NSN-session-for-HITEC-2017...

This presentation, created by Necessary Skills Now: Developing Employability Through Sector-Specific Integrated Scenarios in Information Technology and Advanced Manufacturing, details the efforts of this project to design curriculum for technological education in the fields of cybersecurity and advanced manufacturing. This curriculum is aimed at developing employability skills in students. In...

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3 Big Mistakes That Squash Women in STEM

This 8-page paper, provided by the National Institute for Women in Trades, Technology and Science, discusses three mistakes educators make while attempting to recruit and retain women in STEM programs. Mistakes include Ineffective "Feel Good" Career Events, Not Appealing to Female Interests in STEM, and Scaring Off Female Students the Very First Day of Class. Each mistake is explained and an...

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NSF Grant Practice Best Practices

These best practice guides, provided by the Centers Collaborative for Technical Assistance (CCTA), include helpful tips on receiving larger National Science Foundation (NSF) Advanced Technological Education (ATE) Grants. CCTA offers a series of NSF ATE best practice guides. CCTA is comprised of five NSF ATE centers. CCTA was formed "in response to a Department of Labor request for technical...

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Partnerships Best Practices

This 2-page paper, provided by the Centers Collaborative for Technical Assistance (CCTA), is a partnership best practices guide. CCTA offers a series of National Science Foundation Advanced Technology Education best practice guides. CCTA is comprised of five NSF ATE centers. CCTA was formed "in response to a Department of Labor request for technical assistance services to recipients of Trade...

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Internships and Apprenticeships: Successful Strategies for Work-based Learning Experiences

This webinar, provided by the Centers Collaborative for Technical Assistance, discusses internship models and tips for implementing and sustaining apprenticeships and internships. The webinar focuses on the South Carolina ATE Internship and Industry Consortium model, including purpose, design, and program review. Further topics include industry partnership elements, industry collaboration, ATE...

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Industry Partnership Models Handout

This handout provides an overview of partnership models identified by the Working Partners Research Project. Key implementation strategies and associated impacts have been identified for the following partnership models: Advisory Board, Curricular Development/Review, Faculty Professional Development, Incubation/Entrepreneurship, Instructional Support, Program Support, Sponsored Research, and...

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