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View Resource Process Technology

This video segment, adapted from ATETV, looks at the Process Technology program at the College of the Mainland and what students will learn in order to succeed in industry. The video explains how the community college accommodates the busy lives of adult non-traditional students while still giving them a well-rounded liberal arts education to make them more marketable to employers. Additionally,...

View Resource ATE Student Success Stories: Gerald's Story

Gerald Kinyua moved from his homeland of Kenya hoping to get an education and explore a new career in chemistry. At first he found it difficult to negotiate the education system in a new country, until he connected with Northern Essex Community College. Now he feels right at home in his program and is ready to look for employment in his chosen field. To download this video and/or captions,...

View Resource ATE Student Success Stories: Christina's Story

In Texas City, Texas, Christina Smith is going back to school to study process technology at College of the Mainland. Learn more about Christina's new career path, her success in providing for her young daughter, and the role of ATE in helping her move forward. With an emphasis on two-year colleges, the Advanced Technological Education (ATE) program focuses on the education of technicians for...

View Resource Green Chemistry Educational Resources

Created by the American Chemical Society (ACS), this website offers a set of lesson plans, multimedia demonstrations, and lab exercises for educators interested in introducing their students to green chemistry. First-time visitors can scroll down to the "Activities and Experiments" area where they will find activities that include "Bleaching With Green Oxidation Chemistry" and ?Cleaning Up With A...

View Resource ChemSpy.com: The Internet Navigator for the Chemical Industry

ChemSpy.com is a wonderful resource for chemistry-related news and information. The site is frequently updated with important headlines and industry trends; other news stories are divided into several categories for easy browsing. One of the best features of ChemSpy.com is its vast collection of links to quality, offsite chemistry tutorials. The tutorials cover numerous topics and are appropriate...

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