Welcome to FLATE
The Florida Advanced Technological Education Center (FLATE), a National Science Foundation Center of Excellence in high-technology manufacturing, is the go-to organization for manufacturing and advanced technical education, best practices and resources supporting the high performance skilled workforce for Florida’s manufacturing sectors. FLATE provides exemplary industry partnerships, workforce opportunity, and educational synergy throughout the state of Florida by connecting industry and workforce needs to targeted educational endeavors at many community and state colleges across Florida.
Made in Florida
FLATE has built a web portal for students in middle and high schools where they can learn about the wonderful, profitable opportunities in considering manufacturing as a career choice. Every day, we enjoy things that many people don’t realize were made in Florida. Behind every product and technology we use, there is a world of manufacturing. Today, in Florida, more than 14,000 different companies and 355,000 people work in the manufacturing field. The site has areas of information and resources for students, educators and industry. Visit MadeInFlorida.org
2017 FLATE ROBOTICS CAMPS
JUNE 12-16 INTERMEDIATE CAMP: FULL (NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS)
JUNE 19-23 HIGH SCHOOL CAMP: REGISTRATION OPEN/ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
- Registration forms posted at: fl-ate.org/programs/summer-camps
FOR MORE INFO CONTACT: Janice Mukhia at firstname.lastname@example.org
2017 FLATE AWARDS
SUBMIT NOMINATION ON THE FLATE Awards page
CONTACT Jesse Kokotek, curriculum coordinator at email@example.com
ROBOTICS WORKSHOP FOR TEACHERS
TO REGISTER CONTACT
Dr. Marilyn Barger, firstname.lastname@example.org
2017 Manufacturing Day (NEW!)
Lego EV3 Mindstorms Workshop for Teachers. May 31, July 13 & 14
MFG USA Institutes Webinar (Part II), June 14, 2 p.m.-3 p.m.
Florida Energy Teachers’ Network Conference, July 12-13
HTEC Machining Educators’ Conference Series (May-September 2017)
NEW! EXPLORING ADVANCED MANUFACTURING FREE online course open to all.
“Made in FLORIDA 2015: What’s Made in Your Backyard?” (Teacher’s Guide & Student Handouts)