Technological innovation is a cornerstone of our society, and we celebrate the past, present, and future of engineering. We promote general awareness and appreciation for the role of engineers in elevating humankind, while encouraging the next generation to consider engineering as a career. We provide educational material online as well as the hands-on experience at our facility.
For over 13 years the ETC has operated as a 501(c)3 nonprofit located in the Mohawk and Hudson Valley region, one of the centers of North America's engineering legacy. About Us and open days and hours >
See our online resources: webpages and videos useful for understanding
how things electrical / mechanical things work and the history of
engineering from the AC power grid to electric cars, to the electric light.
See our resources for teachers to learn about how you can apply our free online materials to your class, or how you can use our facility in Schenectady, NY.
Use our 160+ videos on our YouTube Channel to help illustrate concepts.
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Our videos show you what's new in engineering along with past pioneer's achievements. We entered February 2015 with 16,000 subscribers and remain devoted to providing content rich articles and videos without invasive ads.
Over 200 articles, some new and others improved since November. See Resources for a listing.ETC Donates to Toys for Tots
The Edison Tech Center donated 108 electric train sets to the Toys for Tots program. See the news article: DailyGazette >Electric City Bike Rescue
Get out your tools and put mechanical engineering to practice. The bike rescue operates at the Edison Tech Center each Thursday, repairing and restoring bikes for low income city residents.
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