AMT Wins 2013 National Career Pathway Partnership of Excellence Award

The Advanced Manufacturing Technician (AMT) Program was presented the 2013 National Career Pathways Partnership Excellence Award at the National Career Pathway Network Conference in San Antonio, Texas. The award was presented at the Awards Luncheon held on October 15, 2013. Dennis Parker and Jim Mattingly, Toyota Kentucky; Carol Crawford and Mark Manuel, BCTC Georgetown; Maurice Salazar and Mary Batch, Toyota Texas; Brooke Lopez and Raquel Seaton (AMT students) Alamo College, San Antonio, TX; and David Dimmett, National Project Lead the Way, presented the Program to conference attendees. The award was sponsored by Kuder, a national provider of evidenced-based career assessment, education planning and guidance resources.

Group accepting Career Pathway Award 2013

Project Lead the Way representative giving presentation at NCPN ConferenceTwo AMT students giving presentation at NCPNTwo female AMT students with their Maintenance Group LeaderToyota representative at podem during NCPN ConferenceKuder, BCTC, Toyota, NCPN group at award receptionBCTC adminstration  at podem during NCPN Conference