Technical Program Recruitment

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There are many high tech jobs available in the United States. A shortage of qualified technicians is developing rapidly. Yet, technical programs are suffering from declining enrollments. Just as there was (and some say still is) a nursing crisis, America is approaching the same in high tech technicians. What can be done about it? Terry […]

Electronics Webinar Recording

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The Electronics 2010: A Systems Approach to Teaching Electronics Webinar from Friday, February 15, is now in the NetWorks Digital Library. If you were unable to make the webinar, or didn’t hear about it, or just want to hear all the great information that was presented, just click here to watch it, or, you can […]

Improving Engineering Education – Free Webinar

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Mike Qaissaunee, at Frequently Asked Q, had a timely blog today about Improving Engineering Education. This was based on a report from American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) that points to a report from the National Science Board (NSB) titled Moving Forward to Improve Engineering Education[pdf]. It is timely because this Friday, NetWorks will be […]

Wanted: Technicians in Renewable Energy

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I read an interesting article at Yahoo news that talked about the need for Wind Turbine technicians. It is a field that takes different areas and combines them into one. But wind power officials see a much larger obstacle coming in the form of its own work force, a highly specialized group of technicians that […]

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