Victor Valley College's Tech X "Through The Years"

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This presentation is a depiction of Victor Valley College's Tech-X event, the events held at this annual event, and an insight as to what takes place when you attend VVC's TECH-X.

This presentation is a depiction of Victor Valley College's Tech-X event, the events held at this annual event, and an insight as to what takes place when you attend VVC's TECH-X.

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  • 1. TECH-X 2010
    ADVENTURES IN GREEN TECHNOLOGY
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  • 4. HISTORY OF TECH-X 1991-2010
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  • 6. VICTOR VALLEY COLLEGE TECH-X PROGRAMS
    AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY
    CONSTRUCTION AND MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY
    ANIMATION
    FIRE SCIENCE
    NURSING
    RESPIRATORY THERAPY
    PARAMEDICS
    AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL RESOURCES
    COMPUTER INTEGRATED DESIGN AND GRAPHICS
    WELDING TECHNOLOGY
    AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE
    COUNSELING
    COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS
    PLANETARIUM
    ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE
    ASSOCIATED STUDENT BODY
  • 7. TECH-X PARTICIPATION
    Outreach to our local schools and the community
  • 8. BENEFITS OF TECH-X
    Outreach to the high school and junior high school students and the general public showcasing our facility and increasing community awareness of the technical programs offered at VVC.
    Strengthening bonds between our staff, students and administrators developing a sense of college community.
    Providing hands on advertising and event production training for our students.
    Developing ongoing links with businesses, organizations and community leaders .
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  • 11. THE CROWD
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  • 14. LUNCH
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  • 18. FARFENBOATEN
  • 19. HEALTH CHECKS
  • 20. DEMONSTRATIONS
  • 21. TECHNICAL MATH DECATHLON
  • 22. AUTOMOTIVE DIAGNOSTICS
  • 23. ELECTRIC CAR RACING
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  • 26. RECYLCLED BOAT CONSTRUCTION
  • 27. VICTOR VALLEY COLLEGE TECH-X COMPETITIONS
    RECYCLED BOAT REGATTA
    TECHNICAL MATH DECATHLON
    HYDROGEN POWERED VEHICLES
    SOLAR POWERED BOATS
    STREET ART
    ROBOTICS
    CATAPULT
    BAMBOO POLE FISHING
    WOODWORKING
    WOODTURNING
    FIREMAN’S MAKE AND BREAK
    FINE ART
    PHOTOGRAPHY
  • 28. REGISTRATIONwww.vvc.edu/tech-x
    Students will go online through their school portal to the Tech-X registration site.
    Students will input their name, phone, school, tee-shirt size, areas of interest and a paragraph on why they would like to attend Tech-X 2010.
    Students will access competition descriptions and rules and complete the registration forms and a photo release form.
    The individual schools will use the student registration information to make a selection of students that will attend. The total number of students from each school will be determined by the individual school in coordination with the Tech-X team. Participation is limited on Friday to 1500.
    The Tech-X team will receive a list from each school containing the names of the students attending, their areas of interest and tee-shirt size and a list of chaperones, their cell numbers and collared shirt sizes.
  • 29. INFORMATIONInformation is available at this websitewww.vvc.edu/tech-xAttending schools will receive the following from the Tech-X team by May 3rd , 2010:
    Bus Driver Packets ~ Bus directions showing times, entry routes, drop off and pickup locations and day parking area.
    Chaperone Packets ~ Map, rules and regulations for the student guests, outline of the process and collared shirt for each chaperone. Please wear your shirt while attending Tech-X on both May 7th and 8th. Snap-on school color keyed wrist bands and shirts will be provided for each student participant. Bands and shirts should be on prior to arrival at the campus. Shirts and bands are required while on campus and to receive lunch.
    Contest Participants Packet ~ Participants will receive the individual contest times, location of the competition and procedures for Saturday May 8th.
  • 30. Upon Arrival May 7th , 2010www.vvc.edu/tech-x
    Greeters will board buses prior to unloading.
    Greeters will welcome the students, cover the days procedures, provide passports, maps and information for Friday’s events and review the rules and regulations.
    Chaperones will receive information flyers for Saturday’s competitions.
    Students must display both the wristband and shirt to receive lunch, attend activities, enter competitions and be on campus during Tech-X on both Friday and Saturday.
    Chaperones will hand out an information flyer for Saturday’s competitions as students board the buses to return home.
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  • 38. RECYLCLED REGATTA
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  • 55. Counseling
  • 56. Automotive Technology
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  • 64. Computer Integrated Design and Graphics
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  • 69. Welding
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  • 73. Nursing
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  • 80. Agriculture and Natural Resources
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  • 82. Construction and Manufacturing Technology
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  • 95. ASSOCIATED STUDENT BODY
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  • 102. Awards
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  • 106.
    • GOING
    • GONE
  • TECH-X2010WORKING TOGETHER FOR OUR STUDENTS