Tech Talk Recap: Smart Cities and Transportation with Kenneth Leonard Posted on February 23, 2018 On February 20, 2018, the fifth event in the Lunchtime Tech Talk series took place and featured speaker Kenneth M. Leonard, Director of the U.S. Department of Transportation Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Joint Program Office. Leonard spoke...
Transportation Career Spotlight – Patricia Ott
NETWC: What motivated you to get involved in civil engineering in general, and transportation in particular? Patricia Ott: My father was biggest influence growing up, and my biggest supporter in getting me involved in engineering. Growing up I was a tomboy, and I loved to build things with my father....
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St. Johnsbury Academy Students Learn Trades Right On Campus
Unlike most programs in the state, Career and Technical Education at St. Johnsbury Academy is integrated into the larger academic school. As a result, 80 percent of the full student body takes at least one CTE course during their academic career, and two-thirds of the students who focus their time in CTE go on to secondary education in their trade field or employment in that field.
In this program you’ll hear from five students and two teachers in the CTE program at the Academy. They are kids who love to "work with their hands" and "learn by doing," hoping to graduate from high school with employable skills.
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