Grants and Funding
|Pre-Engineering Funding Documents||Format|
|Overview and Requirements of the Pre-Engineering Program|
|Application for Pre-Engineering Implementation Funds|
|Pre-Engineering Application Cover Letter and Instructions|
|Pre-Engineering Program Self-Assessment|
|NH Administrative Rules Ed 1407: Secondary Engineering Technology Programs|
|Generic: Engineering by Design|
|Generic: Project Lead the Way|
Governor's Pre-Engineering Technology Advisory Council (PETAC)
PETAC was established by the New Hampshire Legislature and consists of representatives from the Legislature, Education, Industry and the Public. See Chapter 188-E:16 on details on Membership and Terms.
PETAC's role is to advise the Department of Education in the implementation and expansion of the pre-engineering technology curriculum, to assist the Department of Education in the implementation, evaluation, and expansion of the pre-engineering technology curriculum, and to assist the Department of Education in pursuing public and private funds in order to ensure statewide access to pre-engineering technology curriculum coursework for public school students in grades 6 through 12. (188-E:15)
The NH Statute Title XV Education Chapter 188-E:14 states: "The department of education shall facilitate the development and implementation of a pre-engineering technology curriculum in the public schools for students in grades 6 through 12 who are interested in careers in engineering, or allied engineering fields."
PETAC Duties (per Chapter 188-E:17):
PETAC Meeting Schedule
Location (unless otherwise noted):
Walker Building- Room 100
21 South Fruit Street
Concord, NH 03301
Dates & Times
All meetings are held from 3:00-5:00PM Eastern, unless noted otherwise
PETAC will meet every other month. All meetings, except February 19, will be at 3:00 PM in Room 100, Walker Building, State Office Park South, 21 South Fruit St., Concord
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