Info Sessions & Orientation Webinar

AACC is pleased to host two information sessions in partnership with ATE Central on how to prepare for the 2022 ATE Conference, and a conference orientation webinar that will share agenda information for both the in-person and virtual event.

The slide deck from the August 24 info session is available below. Please note that the August 24 session was not recorded as we wanted attendees to feel free to ask any questions. The recording and slide deck from the September 6 information session is provided below. 

Conference Orientation Session

Friday, October 13
1:00 – 2:00 p.m. EDT

AACC will host an ATE Conference Orientation Webinar designed for all conference attendees. The webinar will provide an orientation to 2022 ATE Conference including an overview of the agenda for the in-person event and the virtual component, the platform for the virtual component, and ways to network and maximize engagement online and in-person.

To view of a recording of the session, click here
To view a PPT of the session, click here

Wednesday, August 24
2:00 – 3:00 p.m. EDT
The 2022 ATE Conference & You – How to Prepare to Attend*

This year’s ATE Conference, Reconnecting & Advancing the Skilled Technical Workforce, will be held as an in-person event with a virtual component. Join ATE Central and Ellen Hause, ATE PI, from the American Association of Community Colleges as she talks through the ways ATE grantees can prepare to participate in this year’s conference—whether virtually or in-person. During this ATE Office Hours session attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions about the Call for Sessions, Student Application process, and ATE Connects.

*This information session was not recorded; but the slides are availabe for download here.

Tuesday, September 6
1:00 – 2:00 p.m. EDT
The 2022 ATE Conference & You – Preparing for ATE Connects

This year’s ATE Conference, Reconnecting & Advancing the Skilled Technical Workforce, will be held as an in-person event with a virtual component. Join ATE Central and Ellen Hause, ATE PI, from the American Association of Community Colleges to learn more about the conference’s networking and information-sharing sessions and how to prepare and participate—whether virtually or in-person. ATE Office Hours attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions about the event in general and ATE Connects in particular, which is a key component of the conference.

To view the recording of this session, click here.
To download the PPT presentation, click here