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Community Technology Center. College of Menominee Nation, Keshena, WI. Our Reach . PCC (data through 12/31/12): Total training hours : 7,266 Technical Education data— Total participants : 3,633 Classroom instruction: 5,312 hours

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Community technology center

Community Technology Center

College of Menominee Nation, Keshena, WI


Our reach

Our Reach

  • PCC (data through 12/31/12):

  • Total training hours: 7,266 Technical Education data—

  • Total participants: 3,633 Classroom instruction: 5,312 hours

  • Multimedia training: 328 hours, 155 participants62 participants

  • GED/College prep: 638 hours, 111 participants Skills Lab (open to public):2,792 hours

  • Computer training: 1,652 hours, 684 participants313 participants


Successful adoption

Successful Adoption


Activities of participants

Activities of Participants:

  • Entrepreneurs—work on Business Plans, process paperwork, conduct social media marketing, etc.

  • Hardware & Software training—Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe, Computer Basics, Mobile technology

  • Social—Skype, Facebook, Angry Birds tournaments, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Twitter

  • Youth—Video Game Making Camp, Technology Camp, Class field trips to the Community Technology Center

  • Elders—Learning how to use a computer, preserving culture, sharing culture, keeping the family connected


Challenges

Challenges:

  • Home access in rural, poverty stricken area—too expensive

  • Transportation—working with Menominee Transit to help

  • Shift in thought of how to present benefits of Broadband use

    • Elders interested in preserving culture, not the exciting technology

    • Meeting needs of consumers by group


Community technology center

Thank you!Tamara Cox-Burnett, CTC DirectorCollege of Menominee Nation, Keshena, [email protected]


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