CAIT seeks to support young people from underserved communities to select from among the many viable transportation career options, fill system gaps in under-recognized areas of workforce need, and help our youth overcome the identified barriers which have prevented easy pathways to success in the past.
|IPProject Status: In Progress||Fiscal Year: FY2021/2022|
Infrastructure Cybersecurity and Emergency Preparedness Academic and Non-academic Credential Development
The risks associated with infrastructure are clearly identified but training to minimize the impact of these challenges is sparsely available or lacking in related content. This project will design and establish academic credentials as well as non-credit short courses that will prepare participants to assess, mitigate …
|FProject Status: Final||Fiscal Year: FY2018/2019|
Pipelines are by far the most important mode of petroleum transportation in the United States because of their remarkable efficiency and low transportation cost. Pipelines carry two-thirds of the energy consumed by our nation and are recognized as the safest and most economical way to distribute vast quantities of oil an…
|FProject Status: Final||Fiscal Year: FY2002/2003|