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ENERGY TECHNICIAN EDUCATION PROGRAM

NWCCD is excited to be partnering with the National Science Foundation to develop energy-related education programs. Energy is a vital part of the economic make-up of northeastern Wyoming and the surrounding region. The Energy Technician Education Program will serve three distinct audiences: middle school students, teachers from grades 7-14, and college students. Find your area of interest, below, for specific details.

PATHWAYS TO HIGHER EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT

NSF ETEP Grant Contact
Rob Milne, PhD.
rmilne@sheridan.edu

SUMMER EDUCATION PATHWAY

The purpose of the Summer Education Program is to serve middle school students, and teachers from grades 7-14 by providing summer workshops and field trips focusing on science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) programs.

HIGHER EDUCATION PATHWAY

College students who are looking for a pathway to higher education and employment in the energy fields have two Associate of Applied Science options at NWCCD.

SUMMER PROGRAM SESSIONS:

K-16 Teachers Program: June 18-27, 2012

Middle School Students Program: Jun 18-22, 2012

Summer program descriptions and registration forms for teachers and students are available under the links to the left.

For more information on the
SUMMER EDUCATION PATHWAY contact:

Rob Milne, PhD., Summer Program Director
rmilne@sheridan.edu

The Energy Technician Education Project, Advanced Technology Education grant
is provided by the National Science Foundation.(NSF ETEP-ATE Award ID-0802571).