Date(s) - 10/17/2018
12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Cecil County School of Technology
NMTC STEM Summit XVI – “New Collar Jobs… How To Fill Them – WHY INDUSTRY IS DEMANDING NEW TYPES OF WORKERS”
OCT 17,2018 -12:30-4:00PM • Cecil County School of Technology, 912 Appleton Rd, Elkton, MD 21921
Education needs to undergo trans-formative change, like none seen in the modern age. Changing technology, workplaces demand new, non-traditional jobs. They become what IBM has identified as “New Collar Jobs”
These ˜New Collar jobs” benefit from creative internships and apprenticeships, in tandem with classroom studies.
STEM Summit XVI explores the best solutions to prepare students/graduates for these ˜new collar jobs” in our frequently changing, technology demanding workforce.
STEM Summit XVI explores the best solutions to prepare students/graduates for these ‘new collar jobs’ in our frequently changing, technology demanding workforce.
12:30 Registration and networking (lite fare and beverages)
1:00 Opening Remarks and Introductions, Dr Lawson, Superintendent Cecil County Public Schools, , HCPS (Dr. Sean W. Bulson, invited), NMTC STEM Summit (John Casner)
1:15 Maryland DLLR – Apprenticeships, John Vontran
1:45 Apprenticeships that work; Northrup Grumman, Tim Dominick, Lockheed Martin, Mark Daniels
2:15 Joint Science and Technology Institute Internship program, Dale Taylor
3:00 US Army CERDEC. Real-world Internships in Science and Engineering, Mikale Gerdes Brutus
3:30 Panel Q&A discussion
4:00 Tour of school
Bookings are closed for this event.