STEM Events

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Project CASE partners with high schools and community technical colleges, as well as employers and workforce partners to provide students with disabilities a day of hands-on learning. These events focus on programs of study available through the Kentucky Community and Technical College System, and align with the grant objectives of promoting STEM career pathways within healthcare, information technology, and advanced manufacturing occupational clusters.

STEM Events 2016 - 2018
·         Computer Coding and Website Design, taught by employees of software company Interapt, Big Sandy Community & Technical College-Prestonsburg Campus.
·         Computer Aided Drafting and catapult model building, taught by faculty at Big Sandy Community & Technical College-Prestonsburg Campus.
·         Nursing/ Respiratory Therapy/Electrical/ Advanced Manufacturing/ Automotive/Graphic Design/ Computer Aided Design/Information Technology, taught by faculty at Big Sandy Community & Technical College-Mayo Campus.
·         Telemedicine, new certificate program, taught by faculty at Hazard Community & Technical College.
·         Drone Technology, new certificate program, taught by USA Drone Port staff and faculty at Hazard Community & Technical College
·         Computer Aided Drafting and Design and 3D printing, taught by faculty at Southeast Community and Technical College.

 

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