BEVERLY C. BITZEGAIO
TECH PREP & SCHOOL-TO-WORK COORDINATOR
ROLE IN SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY
Develop, implement, and coordinate Tech Prep and School-to-Work initiatives,
- Partnerships, collaboration, and communication with key participants
in Tech Prep and School to Work.
- Changes and developments in legislation and state initiatives.
- Hands On High Tech: small-group, campus visitation program for
targeted Tech Prep students.
- Career Development through Mentoring: career exploration and
development program for students interested in pursuing technology
- High school articulation.
- Institute for Tomorrow's Technologists: in developmental stage.
- Indiana State University, M.S. in Human Resource Development for
Industry and Higher Education.
- Indiana University, B.A. in English and Journalism (double major).
- Instructor, workshops for secondary educators throughout the state on
"Developing Student Internship Programs," a collaborative
School-to-Work project with the Indiana Department of Education, Ball
State University, and ISU. The first week-long workshop was held in
August 1996 with follow-up sessions offered during school year 1996-97.
Additional summer workshops are anticipated, pending funding.
- Managing editor, Journal of Education for Management Information
Systems, published by ISU School of Business Center for Research and
Management Services in cooperation with the International Association of
- Communications consultant and media agent, Sylvan Learning Center.
- Consultant, start-up and initial development of ISU's Center for
Teaching and Learning. Worked with advisory committee to develop
mission, goals, and promotional materials; procurement of equipment and
- Adjunct instructor, ITE 276, via Indiana Higher Education
Telecommunication Services (IHETS).
- Program development, training, and publication design for ISU School
of Business Small Business Development Center and Center for Research
and Management Services. Programs included the Young Entrepreneur
Program for students ages 11-15; The Forum: Dedicated to Women's
Business Development; and For Women, By W.O.M.E.N: A Symposium. Training
areas included train the trainer in quality customer service, mass media
communication, and small business marketing.
- Workforce development, industrial training, business communications,
instructional technologies, learning styles, educational reform, graphic
design, electronic publishing, and diversity issues.