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By Cerritos College Technology Division
The Cerritos College Pathway Programs are offering Project Lead the Way classes for Spring 2014 for High School students.

By Cerritos College Technology Division
Cerritos College instructor, Dr. Miodrag Micic, completed training for Project Lead The Way (PLTW) “Digital Electronics” and “Computer Integrated Manufacturing” and was awarded instructor certification.

By Wragg & Casas PR
New unit provides middle school students with experience in the biomedical sciences.

By SME Education Foundation
The collaboration of SME Education Foundation Board members, Ted Peachee and Ashok Agrawal fostered $126,000 in grant funding from Emerson Charitable Trust to support PLTW activities surrounding K-12 pre-college programs and FIRST Robotics.

By SME Education Foundation
SME Education Foundation commits $100,000 to help PLTW schools upgrade Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) classroom equipment.

By Bart Aslin
SME Education Foundation celebrates high-achieving young women whose careers they’ve influenced with technology-based summer camps, awards, scholarships and grants.

By Bart Aslin
SME Education Foundation has provided funding to 167 Project Lead The Way high schools for equipment and material upgrades to their Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) programs.

By Bart Aslin
The SME Education Foundation has selected Summit Technology Academy, Kansas City, Mo., as one of six exemplary schools in the nation for community-based manufacturing education.

By Bart Aslin
The SME Education Foundation has named Hawthorne High School of Engineering and Manufacturing (HHSEM), Los Angeles, Calif., an exemplary school for manufacturing education.

By Bart Aslin
SME Education Foundation selects Francis Tuttle Technology Center, Oklahoma City, Okla., as one of six in nation for community-based approach to manufacturing education.

By Bart Aslin
Fairmont High School, Kettering, Ohio, has been selected an exemplary school by the SME Education Foundation, one of six schools in six states where partnerships are fueling a comprehensive community-based approach to manufacturing education.

By Bart Aslin
The SME Education Foundation is investing in the future of manufacturing education by addressing the shortage of manufacturing and technical talent in the United States with PRIME: Partnership in Manufacturing Education program.

By Bart Aslin
The SME Education Foundation launch of PRIME: (Partnership Response in Manufacturing Education) to create strong partnerships between organizations, businesses, exemplary schools to provide a community-based approach to manufacturing education.

By Bart Aslin
Funding provided by the SME Education Foundation to Project Lead The Way for STEM-based programs is changing public perception of manufacturing, and increasing interest among young people for careers in advanced manufacturing.

By Bart Aslin
The SME Education Foundation has funded $400,000 to Project Lead The Way (PLTW) for the implementation of the VEX Robotics Design System at their high school CIM centers.

By Bart Aslin
Celebrating its 30th Anniversary, the SME Education Foundation, a catalyst for innovative education, funds programs delivered by educators trained and credentialed in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education.

By Bart Aslin
Celebrating its 30th Anniversary, the SME Education Foundation, a catalyst for innovative education, funds programs delivered by educators trained and credentialed in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education.

By Bart Aslin
The SME Education Foundation celebrates its 30th Anniversary with the expansion of its Gateway Academy in a partnership with Project Lead The Way.

By Bart Aslin
The SME Education Foundation has funded $815,000 to its industry partner, Project Lead The Way for expansion of its Gateway Academy, a summer program which introduces 6th-8th grade students to the basics of engineering concepts.

By Bart Aslin
The SME Education Foundation has begun to fund Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) Centers at 400 Project Lead The Way high schools across the country.

By Bart Aslin
Students pursuing careers in machining technology and manufacturing technology will have two new scholarships available through the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) Education Foundation, thanks to funding from the Gene Haas Foundation.




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