Rich Zoladz has been at Technology Center of DuPage for 6 years. His primary goal is to guide the students through topics of Electronics Engineering Technology through a combination of the presentation of concepts and practical application activities. He believes that such an approach will better prepare each student to become a Future Technologist of America (FTA). His community activities include work as the Club Moderator of TCD Robotics Competition Team “SCITOBOR”and a Merit Badge Counselor in Electricity, Electronics, Computers, and Robotics for the Boy Scouts of America.
Digital Electronics Certified Instructor, Project Lead the Way
Adjunct Professor, College of DuPage CIT Program
Electronics Engineering Technology Professor, Triton College
I.T. Support (Levels 1, 2, and 3), Hospital I.T. Department
Engineering Consultant, Lab Volt Educational Systems
Research and Development Engineer, Bell & Howell Business Equipment Group
Research and Development Engineer, Motorola Automotive Electronics Engineering R & D Group