MEASURABLE AND MEANINGFUL
ACHIEVING RESULTS FOR THE REGION
The Advanced Transportation and Energy Center (ATTE) is proud to serve the 125 colleges in its region as well as area businesses and government organizations.
- Receiving a $1 million grant from the California Energy Commission (CEC) to develop clean fuel training programs for high schools in underserved communities, regions impacted by poor air quality, and areas serving minority populations
- Helping the Cerritos College Automotive Department secure $189,000 from the California Energy Commission (CEC) for curriculum development and equipment/technology upgrades
- Providing ongoing guidance and support to Clean Cities coalitions through ATTE Director's, Jannet Malig, service as the Long Beach Cities coordinator. Clean Cities is part of the Technology Integration program in the U.S. Department of Energy's Vehicle Technologies Office (VTO).
- Creating measurable results for industry training according to the Employment Training Panel (ETP):