Stan Damast

Stan Damast

Title: Retired Technology Educator
Location: Westbury, New York, United States of America

Stan Damast, Retired Technology Educator, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the field of engineering.

Interested in engineering throughout high school and influenced by a teacher named Harvey Schafer, Mr. Damast pursued a career in which he could work with engineering and people. He earned a Bachelor of Science in education from City College in New York City in 1969 and a Master of Science in education in 1971. His electronic professor, Howard Sasson, was one of his greatest mentors and gave Mr. Damast his first teaching position after graduation. From 1971 to 1981, he served as an adjunct lecturer at his alma mater and also worked as an assistant professor at New York City Technical College. Between 1969 and 2002, he excelled as a teacher at several institutions, including John Bowne High School, Jamaica High School, South Shore High School, and the Thomas A. Edison Vocational Technical High School.

Mr. Damast entered the field of consulting in 2002, working as a consultant in Westbury, New York, until 2010. During that time he also operated a private practice, FLR Technologies, Inc. Notably, Mr. Damast is the author of “V.T.R.-A Curriculum Guide for Teachers for Junior High School and Senior High School,” and has received the Independent Arts Teacher of Year Award from the New York State Technical Education Association in 1982, which he considers the highlight of his career. An asset to his field, he has been actively involved with the United Federation Teachers, the Teachers Printing Guild of New York, the New York City Technical Education Association, and the Long Island Association, among other organizations. As a testament to his success, he has been featured in the 26th and 27th editions of Who’s Who in the East and multiple editions of Who’s Who in America.

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