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FMCC TECH-Lane Advanced Technological Education center

Students build their own amps


After touring a business that makes audio amplifiers, 23 eighth-graders, who were participating in a program sponsored by the Fulton-Montgomery Community College (FMCC) TECH-Lane Advanced Technological Education (ATE) center, located at Fulton-Montgomery Community College in Johnstown, New York, built their own amps; 43% of the participants were girls.

Learn more about all the ATE centers, now in their 25th year and supported by the National Science Foundation, in the ATE Impacts 2018-2019 book. (Date image taken: 2018; date originally posted to NSF Multimedia Gallery: June 12, 2019)

Credit: Photo from ATE Impacts 2018-2019 book (https://ateimpacts.net/book)

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