The TA3 (Trans-Atlantic Technology and Training Alliance) is a consortium of leading community and technical colleges in the U.S. and Europe that promotes learning and innovation across borders, supports regional economies, and promotes the value and importance of a global perspective.
The TA3’s mission is to support learning, innovation and exchange among institutions offering pre-baccalaureate technical education, to promote policies and research that support their ability to be effective leaders in regional economic development, and to disseminate lessons learned.
Members take advantage of TA3’s mission and opportunities by attending annual symposiums with cutting edge themes, collaborating on Trans-Atlantic project work and participating in learning and cultural exchange with other members in the network. If you’re interested in becoming a member, receiving the newsletter or attending an event, please contact our team.
Young people around the world learn and earn differently than generations of the past. In an increasingly global economy, being able to successfully prepare millennials for success in school and work means reaching them on their level. The theme of this year’s event will be ‘Reaching the Millennial Workforce:New ways of learning, earning and interactingRead More
News includes a recap of the June symposium at Ivy Tech Community College, an introduction to new TA3 Director, Burke Murphy of Corporation for a Skilled Workforce, exciting project updates and a new member profile. Read the full February 14 Connections!Read More
Our highly engaged and productive week with the Research Triangle Institute (RTI) Team in El Salvador included review of documents we prepared for them in order to provide frameworks in setting up Industry Advisory Boards, Externship Programs, Faculty Development and Training in 21st Century Pedagogy as well as an extensive chart of internationally recognized certificatesRead More
Delegates from the Trans-Atlantic Technology and Training Alliance (TA3) met together in Belfast, United Kingdom for the network’s annual symposium and explored how to prepare for the future global economy through employer and educator partnerships. Hosted by the Northern Ireland Department for Employment and Learning, delegates and speakers were treated to a fantastic mix ofRead More