Alaska Tech Learners Program Featured at 2022 STEM for All Video Showcase

by Vicki Heisser  |   

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Prince William Sound College’s “Alaska Tech Learners” (ATL) dual enrollment web engineering program will be highlighted at the 2022 STEM for All Video Showcase: Access, Inclusion, and Equity. Now in its eighth year, the annual showcase features over 250 innovative projects aimed at improving Science, Technology, Math, Engineering, and Computer Science education.

Dr. Steven Johnson, Principal Investigator, and faculty for ATL, will present the “Shared Teaching Model” that gives rural and remote high school students the ability to participate in a college-level IT program that prepares them to become technician-level IT workers for businesses and agencies in their home communities. ATL offers computing courses to 200 teachers, high school students, and college students annually.

To learn more, check out this 3-minute video presentation, entitled “Dual Enrollment Web Engineering for Rural Alaskans,” which provides an overview of ATL. You can access it here: https://stemforall2022.videohall.com/presentations/2418

You can visit the online showcase from May 10th to May 17th.

For more information regarding the Alaska Tech Learners program contact: aktechlearners@alaska.edu

 

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