ATC21S in Action

I recently wrote about the Intel University program, and the impact it had on closing my skills gap (all the stuff I didn’t learn in school). Earlier this month, Martina Roth posted on the ATC21S presence at the Educational World Forum. ATC21S, a collaboration between Intel, Microsoft, and Cisco, aims to address this gap by providing tools and assessment frameworks to teachers.

So, when a last minute opportunity to visit an ATC21S pilot session in Arizona arose, I jumped at the chance. It was great – and fortunately, you don’t have to read about my experience – because ATC21S recently put out a video explaining what the program does. Enjoy!

 

Linda Qian

About Linda Qian

Linda is passionate about sustainability and corporate responsibility. She manages communications for Intel's Public Affairs organization in the Greater Americas region. She graduated from the UC Berkeley College of Natural Resources with a Bachelor of Science in Conservation and Resource Studies. Follow Linda on Twitter at @lindalqian and @Intelinvolved. She is also active on LinkedIn, Google+, Facebook and Instagram.

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