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View Resource Process Technology Student: Chemical & Refinery Process Technician

In this video adapted from Pathways to Technology, learn about process technology and the career of a process technician, also known as a process operator. Process technology is what turns chemicals into products, from oil and gas to cosmetics and rubber soles for shoes. The process technician keeps the machines that process chemicals running smoothly. Jason Canales is studying to become a...

View Resource Process Technology Student: Oil Refinery Process Technician

In this video adapted from Pathways to Technology, observe how Sandra Garcia is studying to be a process technician, and learn about the field of process technology. Sandra explains how her love of science brought her to community college after years away from school and how she's looking forward to a career in process technology. Also learn about the mysterious refractometer and how it can keep...

View Resource Process Technology: Process Maintenance Engineer

In this video adapted from Pathways to Technology, you?ll meet Tyrone Walker, who keeps the enormous machines at a Tupperware factory running 24/7/365. Tyrone is a process maintenance engineer. This means he inspects all the parts of a machine?s electronics system looking for problems, from the tiniest components to the machine as a whole. Tyrone's community college degree in electronic eng...

View Resource Preparing Your Students for Advanced Technological Education

In this lesson designed for professional development, learn about the technical skills and ?soft? skills used in advanced technology and ways you as a high school teacher might prepare your students for related educational and career pathways. You will watch videos, explore interactive activities, and answer content-related questions to gain insights as to which key competencies students sho...

View Resource Nanoscience Career Advice

This video adapted from North Dakota State College of Science explores the range of science and technology careers that work with matter at an incredibly small scale: the nanoscale. A college instructor explains that almost anyone interested in mathematics or science, whether it?s physics, biology, or chemistry, can find a job that?s right for them in the field of nanoscience. Workers emp...

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