Fargo Forum announces American Technical Education Association (ATEA) Region 5 Business and Industry Award to Doosan Bobcat--presentation will be Oct. 12 at the ATEA Regional conference hosted by Minnesota State Community and Technical College.
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USA Today College edition.
ATEA members, Rochester Community and Technical College, Lake Area Technical College and the Georgia Technical College System were part of the ATEA response team that responded to USA Todays' questions.
Dr. Sandra Krebsbach, Executive Director of ATEA and ATEA Vice President Rich Wagner, President of Dunwoody College of Technology interviewed.
On August 5 C-SPAN’s Washington Journal program featured a segment on the topic of technical college capacity to respond to the increased need for skilled workers in manufacturing and related areas
Both Dr. Sandra Krebsbach, executive director of the American Technical Education Association, and President Rich Wagner Dunwoody College of Technology and Vice President of ATEA Board of Trustees were interviewed. Dunwoody has a long history of providing skilled workers for Minnesota manufacturers.
The program can be found on Washington Journal web page:
The Board of Trustees of the American Technical Education Association thanks C-SPAN for their interest in technical education. Sandra Krebsbach, Executive Director of ATEA, and Rich Wagner President of Dunwoody College of Technology, Minneapolis thank all who called the program. Thank you for bringing forward experiences, concerns, suggestions, and possibilities for American technical education
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ATEA also provided background information to CBS News summer 2012 and MSNBC also summer 2012