ThePathway To Tech prepares "travelers" to become Tech-Smarter so that they can get a well-paying job with a future when they decide to become independent and/or self-supporting. Thetravelers with the most potential for becoming Tech-Smarter are high school, college and university football players. Becoming Tech-Smarter may be the best option many football players have for obtaining a stable, secure financial future.
“The93% of varsity football players who will
never playat the next level deserve something
more for theirtime and effort than the possibility
of a concussion. PathwayTo Tech gives them
that better possibility. Acareer as a Man —
inthe world of Men.”
The "vehicle" that carries travelers down the Pathway To Tech is SciTechPREP. SciTechPREPprovides the tools and techniques
and the Pathway To Tech provides the SciTech perspectives that make travelers Tech-Smarter.
SciTechPREP provides the tools and techniques that enable students/players to travel the Pathway to Tech. These tools and techniques are presented as a supplemental schooling "Protocol" that does not conflict with anything taught in current US K-20 schooling. SciTechPREPis a 1 hour / twice a week / for 16 weeks Protocol that can provide student/players with the necessary how-to capabilities for developing their own competencies for travelling the Pathway to Tech, including how-to connect-the-Dots and build "Big Picture" perspectives. ThePathway to Tech has 5 lanes that can be travelled at different times, at different speeds with minimum performance standards, and some caveats. Too good
is not good in the workplace. Travelling the Pathway to Tech is a do-it-yourself (DIY) activity. Students/players
can learn "how-to" at SciTechPREP.com
Pathway To Tech has three levels
of introduction: ShortForm: What is the least you need to know to consider Pathway to Tech and SciTechPREP?
Presented here. LongForm: What is the least you need to know to talk about "how-to" travel the Pathway To Tech and SciTechPREP? Visit: SciTechPREP.com LongestForm: What is the least you need to know to get the U.S. Government to fund Pathway To Tech and SciTechPREP? Consult with Scholastic Engineering.
Short Form: "Travelers"(students/players) are not trying to win
but to "finish" in the top 3% — as contenders for $16 –
$32 – $68/hour 21st Century SciTech jobs (double hourly
wage for annual pay scale > $68/hr = $136,000/year). Lane#1: Enhance verbal and visual communication
skills to SciTech collaborative workplace levels. Lane#2: Expand recall-on-demand knowledge/reference
capabilities. Listening to Lectures is a waste of every-
body's time. We only learn from discussions that engage
both speakers and listeners. In an exchange of information,
all participants knowledge-banks should be expanded.
Learn how-to convert a lecture into a discussion. Lane#3: Accelerating recognition, reaction and appro-
priate response capabilities (tune-up physiology and
mental acuity). Be "ahead of the curl" and the conversation. Lane#4: Putting a situation/circumstance into perspective
by acquiring "Contextual Thinking" skills. It's the core com-
petency in SciTech (aka, connecting-the-dots — to build a
Lane#5: Develop those Collaboration capabilities that are
the rules-of-the-road to independence and success in the
21st Century SciTech workplace. (SciTech management