Go! is a free, not-for-profit, online magazine (e-zine) for teens on education and career opportunities in transportation. Go! aims to develop the transportation workforce by educating and stimulating young minds about the vast educational and career possibilities in transportation.
Go! and its companion Spanish e-zine, ¡Vamos (www.vamos-explora-trans.org) are managed and published by Iowa State University’s Institute for Transportation (InTrans). Their major sponsors are InTrans, the Midwest Transportation Center (MTC), the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), and the Mid-America Transportation Center (MATC).
Presenting transportation from different angles such as the infrastructure, vehicles, designers, as well as the users of transportation, these e-zines include information on scholarships, internships, and other educational resources, like Curriculum Connections, which highlight the STEM (Science, Technology Engineering, and Mathematics) in transportation.
Learn more about how teachers, students, and transportation professionals can get involved with Go! by viewing our brochure.
Stay up to date with the latest Go! articles and web comics by subscribing to the monthly Go! newsletter on our home page.
Be a part of a growing and sustainable educational resource and help excite and build the transportation workforce of the future by becoming a Go! and ¡Vamos! supporter.
Consider giving a gift online at www.foundation.iastate.edu/give.
Current Go! Staff
Brandy Haenlein is the program coordinator of Go! Magazine. She is a communications specialist at Iowa State University’s Institute for Transportation. She is responsible for overseeing the Go! staff and ensuring the quality of published content. Contact her at email@example.com or 515-294-0845.
Alex Larson is an intern at Go! Magazine a well as a senior at Iowa State University studying Technical Communication. When not writing an article or studying for school, Alex works part time at Bike Country in Ankeny, Iowa.
Stephen Post is a graphic designer at Iowa State University's Institute for Transportation. He illustrates the monthly webcomic Dot’s Adventures with Transportation.
Hannah Postlewait is a student writer/journalist for Go! Magazine. She is a student at Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa, studying journalism and mass communication. Hannah has a minor in American Indian studies and writes part-time for the Iowa State Daily.