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9th Annual CNC Educator Training Conference will be at California Polytechnic State University
July 27-30, 2015
Four Fall, 2014 CNC
Educator Training Conferences – Set
Four locations and dates are set for Fall CNC Educator HTEC Training Conferences. These events are free and open to all manufacturing technology educators. All that’s required is pre-registration to reserve your seat for the event you wish to attend. Lunch is included. These conferences are excellent opportunities to learn, share and network with teachers and CNC technology providers in your state or region. Online registration and details about the event near you can be found on the HTEC website under Events > HTEC Conferences.
850 educators and HTEC partners have attended nine different HTEC conferences so far this year.
Here are the four locations for the Fall Conferences:
4th Southern Illinois/Missouri – Ranken Technical College, St. Louis, MO. October 17, 2014. Jeff Ogle of Ranken is event host. Sponsored by HFO St. Louis – Gene Jacobs.
6th Northern California – De Anza College, Cupertino CA. October 25, 2014. Mike Appio of De Anza College is host. Organizers are the Northern California HTEC Team: Louis Quindlen, Mark Martin, Dan Sunia, Mike Appio & Mark Larson. HFO Selway – Pat Hayes to sponsor.
6th North Carolina – Surry Community College, Dobson, NC. November 6 & 7, 2014. Corey Easter of Surry CC is host and Garret Parker of AIMS is assisting in organizing the event. HFO Greensboro – Jeffreys, Brooks Barwick to sponsor.
3rd Illinois Conference – Richard J. Daley College, Chicago, IL. November 7, 2014. Ray Prendergast of Richard J. Daley College is host. HFO Chicago, Jeff Holzapple to sponsor.
HTEC 2015 - 9th Annual CNC Educators Training HTEC Conference
Mark your calendar and make plans NOW to attend the 2015 HTEC Americas CNC Educators Training Conference at California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo, California, July 27-30, 2015!
Details and a Save The Date flyer with conference overview will be posted soon along with hotel location. Martin Koch, Trian Georgeou and Jose Macedo are hosts. Online registration will be open soon and special HTEC rates will be set up with the listed hotel.
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With more than 50 hands-on exhibits, the Student Summit was able to provide a fun and interactive environment to introduce educators, students and parents to exciting innovations in manufacturing technology and dynamic careers in the industry.
Students had the opportunity to see how much fun STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) based learning can be in the Make It! area. There, students were able to try out new technologies and compete to see who could design and create the most effective 3D-printed wind turbine, courtesy of Rippl3D. Once through the Student Summit experience, students were invited to visit the thousands of IMTS exhibits.
The keynote speakers, including STEM celebrities like astronaut Captain Wendy Lawrence and Segway PT inventor Dean Kamen, shared insights on how these fun STEM experiences translate into careers.
During a special program for Chicago-area school superintendents, the Gene Haas Foundation announced $50,000 in scholarships to be awarded to high school seniors pursuing a degree in a post-secondary machining, manufacturing technology or engineering program whose curriculum includes CNC machine technology training. A $1,000 grant per school will be awarded. Seniors graduating from high school this school year will be eligible.
Mark your calendar to visit the Smartforce Student Summit during IMTS Sept. 12-17, 2016 at McCormick Place, Chicago. And spread the word to your community that IMTS is the place to come together and leave smarter.
If you would like to engage with someone to learn more about Smartforce Student Summit, contact Greg Jones at gjones@AMTonline.org
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