Posts by National Center for Arts and Technology

Cincinnati Arts and Technology Studios (CATC) offers a Summer Trip to a Acadia National Park to students in their high school program

Through local partnerships, Cincinnati Arts and Technology Studios was able to get funding for 10 students to visit Acadia National Park! As part of their high school program, students were able to travel and explore the National Park to learn outside the classroom. To read more on the story, click the button below. Click Here

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Brockway’s (BCAT) Executive Director, Deborah Heigel Publishes Article on Work Empowerment in PA

Image of students at Brockway Center for Arts and Technology

Deborah Heigel, executive director at the Brockway Center for Arts and Technology, recently published an article for the Commonwealth Foundation discussing how work is empowering Pennsylvanians and how BCAT is helping that cause. She pulls from her personal experiences and how her students are a great example of how institutions like BCAT are helping citizens…

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A-CAT Launches New Trilingual​ Website

ACAT Launches New Website Image

Akko Center for Arts & Technology, A-CAT, located in Akko, Israel, recently launched its website, which can be translated into three various languages: English, Hebrew, and Arabic. The Center was established to cater to the cultural mosaic that characterizes Northern Israel, Akko, and the Western Galilee, providing a support system and second home to the…

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Graduate Comes Back to NECAT to Give Back

NECAT Graduate with NECAT Students

David Spear, a graduate of the New England Center for Arts & Technology (NECAT), recently revisited the Center to work with 25 current culinary students on the essential cooking techniques used in kitchens around the country. Spear, a 2017 graduate, spoke and resonated with students through his teachings and stories in the food industry, world…

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Bill Strickland Visits NECAT

Bill Strickland Visits NECAT

Regularly scheduled class turned out to be a special occasion on Thursday afternoon when Bill Strickland stopped by to chat with NECAT students. Strickland is the Founder of Manchester Bidwell Corporation, the author of Make the Impossible Possible and the inspiration behind NECAT. His models for adult job training and youth arts engagement have been…

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HopeCAT Brings Opportunity and Hope to the Shenango Valley

HOPECAT Brings Opportunity and hope to the Shenango Valley

HopeCAT aims to turn those statistics around through creativity, job training, and an empowering environment. The nonprofit is investing in the people of the Shenango Valley using the Manchester Bidwell education model. They believe that people are assets, a positive environment shapes lives, and creativity fuels enterprise. HopeCAT would not be possible without the partnership…

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NCAT Welcomes New ECAT Executive Director

NCAT Welcomes ECAT Executive Director Daria Devlin

NCAT welcomes Daria Devlin as the new Executive Director to Erie Center for Arts & Technology (ECAT). Daria brings a great blend of experience in education, nonprofit fundraising and management expertise. Daria Devlin is a life-long Erie resident and a strong advocate for social responsibility in its urban core. Daria graduated from Colgate University in…

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NECAT Fundraiser a Huge Success Thanks to Encore

Encore Boston Harbor Giving Tuesday Event

The highly-anticipated five-star gaming resort, Encore Boston Harbor held its first fundraiser on last week to benefit the New England Center for Arts & Technology (NECAT). The evening of generosity and support for NECAT was a preview of what’s to come from Encore Boston Harbor. Their team of executive chefs, along with the assistance of NECAT students and…

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BAYCAT Founder Uses Storytelling to End Racism and Sexism

Villy Wang Ends Racism and Sexism

Forbes recently spotlighted Villy Wang, founder of BAYCAT,  and her storytelling abilities as a strategy toward ending racism, sexism and other “isms” found in today’s world. Wang founded BAYCAT (San Francisco) in 2004 by leveraging her 25-year background in education, arts, programming, nonprofit business and law. Raised by an immigrant single mother in New York…

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