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NHTI Launches Groundbreaking Program
This fall, NHTI, Concord’s Community College, will launch an innovative 3-semester program that will lead to a Building Inspector and Plans Examiner (BIPE) Certificate. According to Liaquat Khan, Department Head of NHTI’s Architctural Engineering Technology department, the program results from an extensive collaborative effort with BIPE industry personnel and other NHTO departments. Full Article
Student Success at Huot Career and Technical Center
This past June, thousands of New Hampshire students walked across the stage to receive their high school diploma, which included 150 graduating seniors who attended J. Oliva Huot Career and Technical Center for two years. While the Huot Center does not technically hand out diplomas, the center does take great pride in the graduation plans of its seniors. Full Article
Early Intervention for STEM
At UNH – Manchester on November 7, 2014, 28 girls from The Cheshire Career Center in Keene attended the 2014 biannual Women in Science and Technology (WIST) Forum. Thomas Burke, interim director at The Cheshire Career Center, helped coordinate the event, which brought together more than 300 girls from across the state. Full Article
When NASA calls and offers your students an opportunity of a lifetime, you do not pass it up, which sums up the experience of teacher Andy Shaw at Mount Washington Valley Career & Technical Center. In this case, however, it was an email as opposed to a phone call. “I opened up my email one day, and it said, “Do you and your students want to make parts for NASA?” he said. “I could hardly believe it.” Full Article
Seacoast School of Technology Making Connections
There are many ways teachers and administrators at NH’s Career and Technical
Centers help students make connections. At the Seacoast School of Technology
(SST), “making connections” begins by teachers building relationships with
middle-schoolers through Technology Fun Nights and SST Summer Camps. Full Article