The Pathway 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 and satisfying 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, techniques and
students/players to efficiently and affordably travel the
Pathway to Tech. These tools, techniques and skill-
sets are presented as "supplemental" schooling that
does not conflict with anything taught in current US
K-20 schooling — making SciTechPREP exceptionally susceptible to Federal Grants. SciTechPREPis a 1 hour / twice a week / for 16 weeks "Protocol" that can provide students/players with the necessary how-to capabilities for developing their own 21st Century SciTech skill-sets and competencies for traveling the Pathway to Tech, including how-to connect-the-dots and build "Big Picture" perspectives. ThePathway to Tech has 5 lanes (aka, skill-sets) that can be traveled at different times, at different speeds,
with performance standards, and some caveats. Too
good is not good in the workplace. Traveling 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 (PathwayToTech.com)
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.
ShortForm: ThePathway To Tech — Skill-Sets:
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: Tune up physiology and mental acuity. Accelerate
recognition, reaction and appropriate response capabilities.
Be quicker off-the-marks, "ahead of the curl" and anticipate
the direction of 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 = MBO + Collaboration.) (Google, building contractors, sailors,
row-crop farmers, etc.)
Doug McMillon,Wal-Mart Inc.'s new CEO, said he is
going to incorporate "Silicon-Valley-esque metabolism" into Wal-Mart's workforce to improve productivity and profits.
Pathway To Tech can do the same for a community's workforce.