Southeast Tech and ATEA are ready for "Rock On Tech Ed" October 8-9
Sioux Falls, South Dakota
over 200 participants from ATEA Region 5
South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard
" The Role of Technical Education in Workforce Development"
Friday October 9 at the noon luncheon
ATEA Board Meeting precedes the conference October 7-8
ATEA Region 5 President's Roundtable Discussion Oct. 7
South Dakota Governor, Dennis Daugaard
speaking at ATEA Region 5 Conference
Friday noon October 9, 2015
"The Role of Technical Education in Workforce Development"
conference registration options
conference website with schedule and hotel information
use the link below
ATEA President, Paul Young
President of Northern Wyoming Community College District
President Jeff Holcomb, Southeast Technical Institute
are convening a Region 5 President's Roundtable Oct. 7
prior to the opening of the conference on
“Post-Secondary Technical Programs in the current Accreditation and Federal Regulatory Environment: Challenges and Opportunities.”
contact the ATEA national office for more information
612-381-3315 Dr. Sandra Krebsbach, Executive Director
for more information on each conference scroll down
ATEA Board of Trustee Meeting Oct. 7 in Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Presidents Roundtables Prior to Region 3 and Region 5 conferences
October 7--Region 5--Northern Plains Region: South Dakota, North Dakota, Wyoming, Nebraska, Montana, Kansas, Iowa and Minnesota
ATEA President Dr. Paul Young and Southeast Technical Institute President, Jeff Holcomb have invited Region 5 college and technical institute presidents to a President's Roundtable October 7 in Sioux Falls
Topic: “Post-Secondary Technical Programs in the current Accreditation and Federal Regulatory Environment: Challenges and Opportunities.”
President's attending the Roundtable are invited to Wednesday October 7 dinner with Board of Trustees at the Holiday Inn central, Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Region 5 president's offices please contact ATEA for registration code firstname.lastname@example.org 612-381-3315
October 26 Region 3--Central Midwest Region: Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Michigan and Missouri
ATEA President Dr. Paul Young and Gateway President Dr. Bryan Albrecht have invited Region 3 college and institute presidents to a President's Roundtable on
Topic: "How technical education can respond to industry partners need for more graduates, with more technical content and less unnecessary work in the programs, and to provide these graduates more quickly."
President's Roundtable invited to Monday October 26 opening dinner of "Gateway to Innovation" conference at the Racine Marriott. To register for the dinner: ATEA Region 3 Opening dinner "Gateway to Innovation", Oct. 26, 2015 registration contact skrebsbach@Dunwoody.edu or 612-381-3315
Fall ATEA Regional Conferences
October 8-9 in Sioux Falls, South Dakota hosted by Southeast Technical Institute
"Rock on, Tech Ed Rocks"
Trade Show Exhibitor Registration:
Contact Southeast Technical Institute 605-367-7464
October 26-27 hosted by Gateway Technical College
"Gateway to Innovation"
Racine Marriott and SC Johnson iMET Innovation Center, Gateway TC
sponsors NC3, Snap-on Tool, Gateway Technical College and
Madison Area Technical College
Keynote Speaker: Dominic Cariello
Director of Manufacturing and Operations for the Flow Instrumentation Group of Badger Meter Inc.
"Innovation in Today's World"
Trade show registration:
March 9-11 Orange Beach, Alabama
host Alabama Community and Technical College System
tours and sessions related to Gulf Coast industries in manufacturing, welding, petro chemical and oil and gas production
Early Bird will be $495 until January 15, $595 after that
watch for registration to open in October
Conference hotel room rates are extended to two days prior and two days after the conference for those who want to combine the conference with a spring break.
Rates will begin with a standard room for $129 plus tax.
group code for the rate available upon registering.
The American Technical Education Association (ATEA) is an association for the postsecondary technical educator, institution or employer of technically a educated workforce, with emphasis on professional development. The organization is dedicated to excellence in quality of postsecondary technical education focusing on practical teaching ideas and exchange of best practices. ATEA recognizes outstanding performance and leadership and provides a network for career connectivity.
Join ATEA to add your voice for quality technical and applied education by becoming an ATEA member either individual,institutional or business. Join online
ATEA Memberships include the ATEA Journal and ability to nominate students, teachers, programs and businesses for national and regional awards. Members are also on ATEA media inquiry response teams.
Region 5 2016 Committee chairs from Mid-Plains Community College, North Platte, Nebraska--taken at the 2015 ATEA national conference in Indianapolis at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway April 15.
Region 5 Mid Plains Community College North Platte Nebraska Region 5 2016
Mike Janecek--with Terry Marohl--NDSCs and
Steve Kramer at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway April 15. 2015-