This Guide is based on a project developed for Motorola, Inc., Austin, Texas, by Olga Azios of L.B.J. High School and Sari Waxler of Sidney Lanier High School. A special thank you is given to Linda Brown, Motorola, Austin.
Michelle Bush of Community Partnerships and Parenting Outreach, GateWay Community College
Barbara Clark, AZ External Education Manager, Motorola
Jan Dietrich, Counselor, Dobson High School, Mesa Public Schools
Arthur Lebowitz, Director of Curriculum, Phoenix Union High School District
Julia Watson, Counselor Trainer, Phoenix Union High School District
Dr. Mike Lesiecki, Director, Maricopa Advanced Technology Education Center
Dr. Susan Holt Maas, Co-Director, Urban Systemic Initiative, Phoenix Union High School District
Bassam Matar, Instructor, Glendale Community College
Dr. Lakshmi Munukutla, Associate Dean, ASU East College of Technology and Applied Sciences
Richard Newman, Faculty Development Specialist, Maricopa Advanced Technology Education Center
Bev Merril, Curriculum Coordinator, Gilbert Public Schools
Tom Bartz, Coordinator/Technical Education, Scottsdale Public Schools
Dr. Debra Duvall, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum, Mesa Public Schools
Mick Connor, SSTG, Motorola
Tom Foster, Foster & Associates
Clyde Perry, Chair, Division of Industrial Technology, GateWay Community College
John Bentley, Program Advisor, Mesa Community College
Robert Zamia, Program Advisor, Chandler-Gilbert Community College
Sara Greenspan, Paradise Valley Unified School District
Maria Reyes, EIT, Minority Engineering Program Coordinator, College of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Arizona State University
Risa Gepner, Educational Media Specialist, MATEC
Support for this work was provided by the National Science Foundationís Advanced Technological Education (ATE) Program through Grant #DUE 9602373.
Any opinions, findings and conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.