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2012 Center for Energy Workforce Development Summit November 14-16, 2012 PowerPoint Presentation
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2012 Center for Energy Workforce Development Summit November 14-16, 2012

2012 Center for Energy Workforce Development Summit November 14-16, 2012

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2012 Center for Energy Workforce Development Summit November 14-16, 2012

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  1. 2012 Center for Energy Workforce Development Summit November 14-16, 2012 Crystal Gateway Marriott• Arlington, VA

  2. NPI Educator Programs SOS Power GRID and BRT JOBS POWER SET and WIT C-MORE STUDENTS International Teacher Exchange TRA TEACHERS EUREKA E3 NPI CAST, Workshops, Summit

  3. The Pearls of POWER SET Pearls are the world’s oldest gem. They represent the ideals of POWER SET because they symbolize overcoming adversity through hard work, persistence and tenacity, purity, perfection and feminine charm. They are part of the POWER SET official attire.

  4. Powerful Opportunities for Women Eager and Ready for Science, Engineering and Technology TARGET - Female students with strong aptitude in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) - Evaluating grades, course load and behavior • Gaining national and international attention • Currently In 10 Texas high schools, 220students • Trips – university, medical facilities, museums, NASA, etc. • Scholarship opportunities • WIN members and other industry representatives mentor PS members • PS members mentor younger students

  5. Developing Strong Ties Benefiting All Partners Students become empowered with new confidence and knowledge of career opportunities Industry develops capable, talented and loyal future employees sooner NPI Develops and Delivers Academic Programs Engages Teachers Informs and Recruits Students, Administrators, Parents, Communities, Elected Officials and Industry Education Community Community Industry Students understand the connection to current performance and future employment Parents and communities are energized by the exciting new relationships while developing strong support for industry 5

  6. Industry Outcomes • Fostering good community relations • Contributing to the quality of the future workforce • Building a conduit to the future workforce and retirements replacements • Improving employee morale • Enhancing employee skills

  7. Student Outcomes • CONFIDENCE, excitement, direction • Maintenance of excellence with STEM focus – 83% vs. 15% • Experiences • Exposure • Opportunities • Internships and scholarships • Expansion of additional programs