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An Industry-supported System for Synchronizing Curriculum to the Rapidly Changing Workplace

Electronics Students
Are you getting work-relevant knowledge and skills from your studies?
Will you qualify for the highest paying jobs when you graduate?

Electronics Educators and Trainers
Are your A.A. and A.A.S. programs up to date with industry?
Do your textbooks give your students exactly what they need?

Electronics Technicians
Are you eligible for the highest paying technology jobs?
Do you know the most advanced principles, components, and methods?


Find the answers to your questions via Work-Ready Electronics instructional modules and learning resources. If you are a student, educator, or professional, WRE connects you to the newest topics in the field.

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The development of Work-ready Electronics is funded in part by a grant from the National Science Foundation DUE # 0302523 and is supported by the Maricopa Advanced Technology Education Center, a member of Academic Affairs division of the Maricopa Community Colleges, and its educaton and industry partners.

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The Work-Ready Electronics web site has been Bobby Section 508 Approved.


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The Maricopa County Community College District is an EEO/AA Institution

Oct 1st, 2004 - WRE was awarded Digital Education's 2004 Best of the Web in the DEAA Integrated/Multi-Focus Application category.

Feb 19th, 2004 - WRE received the Maricopa District Innovation of the Year award.