Madison County Career and Technical

Mark Of Excellence

Jim Walker

E-mail address  jwalker@madison-schools.com
School Phone Number  601-859-6847 Ext. 1027


 Instructor:  Engineering and Robotics I and II 
             This is currently my 19th year at the Career and Technical Center and 29th year overall.  I am very excited about this year as we have a record enrollment for this program.  We have 18 second year students (which is 10 more than the previous high) and 30 first year students.  Also for the first time there are 2 third year intern students for a total of 50 students.  We also continue to be excited about our TSA chapter which recieved a Chapter Excellence award for Mississippi at the National TSA Conference in Nashville, TN this past summer.  We had 16 students to attend and now have attended 5 straight national TSA conferences and 6 of the last 7. 

 Jim Walker


EDUCATION

Mississippi College, Master of Combined Sciences, 1989

Millsaps College, Bachelor of Science in Biology, 1981

CERTIFICATIONS

National Board Certified Teacher, Career and Technical Education (2002)

AA Engineering, AA Technology Applications, AA Biology, AA Chemistry, AA General Science

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS
Mississippi Association of Technology Applications Teachers (MATAT)Current President
Association for Career & Technical Education (ACTE/MS-ACTE)  
Mississippi Technology Education Association (MTEA ) Past President
International Technology Education Association (ITEA) 
 
PROFESSIONAL AWARDS
ITEEA/MTEA Chapter Excellence Award for 2013 for Mississippi
TSA Chapter Excellence Award for Mississippi 2012
ITEEA/MTEA Teacher of Excellence Award for 2010 for Mississippi
Madison County School District Teacher of the Year 2009
Madison Career and Technical Center, Teacher of the Year 2008-2009
Mississippi Manufacturing Association Vocational Excellence Award
2008-2009
ITEA/MTEA Program of Excellence Award for 2008 for Mississippi
MATAT Teacher of the Year 2008
Madison County Business and Commerce Center, Teacher of the Year 1997-1998

 

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