Nanotechnology Workforce Development
Nanotechnology Advanced Technological Education (ATE) Centers
Nanotechnology ATE Center Resources on nanoHUB
MNT-EC Micro Nanotechnology Education Center
The overarching goal of The Micro Nano Technology Education Center (MNT-EC) is to grow the MNT technician workforce by fostering academic and industry mentorship between existing MNT partners and educators developing prospective community college MNT programs.
Nanotechnology Applications and Career Knowledge (NACK) Network Provides Educator Resources including introductory material that is appropriate for high school. Browse their Educator Resources and look at the Introductory Level Modules and Activities.
The primary mission of Nano-Link is to provide nanoscience classroom materials for use by high school and college educators as well as industry. The modules are intended to be an inclusive package of activities, experiments, background information slides, questions and other related material that you can tailor to the needs of your students and curriculum. In addition Nano-Link provides training for educators to help them maximize the value of our training materials.
NEATEC—Northeast Advanced Technological Education Center
Here you will find K-12 Resources, Post Secondary Resources, Professional Development opportunities. This will include developed learning modules and how to access them, video lectures, conference key notes, powerpoint slides, course outlines, teacher handbooks, access to lab kits, meeting announcements, and more.
Support Center for Microsystems Education (SCME)
The SCME offers professional development and educational materials to excite and engage secondary and post secondary students in the field of Microsystems (MEMS) technology.
SHINE is Seattle’s Hub for Industry-driven Nanotechnology Education at North Seattle Community College.