MCCC welcomed high school students from around the county to see what career opportunities in technology it has to offer.
On Tuesday, Oct. 24, the Applied Science and Engineering Technology division hosted X-TECH. This event gave CTE students a chance to explore Professional Trades/Occupational Programs in the fields of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) by inviting them to participate in hands-on activities and classroom demonstrations.
A special section on STEM Careers hosted by “Women in Welding” was also part of the open house.
The even aimed to educate young people about career opportunities in technology areas such as Mechanical Design (CAD), Machine Tools/CNC, Green Construction, Welding/Non Destructive Testing, Electrical, Robotics, Nuclear Power, Automotive Technology, and Metrology/Quality Systems.
Each program demonstrates high demand and high wage jobs in thier respective areas, including opportunities for non-traditional careers.