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Math, Engineering and Skilled Trades

Demand and wages are skyrocketing for skilled professionals who can run and maintain complex machines, robots and computer systems. CCAC s Skilled Trades programs encompass a wide range of these strong wage-earning professions. The nearly 30 certificate and degree offerings in the skilled trades and energy technologies which include several apprenticeship programs prepare college students for rewarding careers in these highly-skilled sectors.

After graduating, many CCAC students who find work later decide that further education would help advance their career. Many of these former students return to CCAC to update their skills and gain further knowledge. This educational need may also be satisfied by pursuing a Bachelor's Degree at a local college or university.

Many of the Community College's career programs are guided by advisory committees. Practitioners in your field meet with faculty to determine the best instruction to serve your needs. These advisory committees and the ongoing evaluation of the college's programs ensure that the program you have chosen is relevant to the workplace.


CCAC Trade Union Partnership Programs

CCAC is pleased to offer seven Trade Union partnership programs through local Trade Unions and Joint Apprenticeship Training Committees. Available union trade programs include a carpentry apprenticeship, electrical apprenticeship, heavy equipment operating engineers' apprenticeship, ironworking apprenticeship, pluming apprenticeship, sheet metal worker apprenticeship, and stationary operating engineer training. Learn more about CCAC Trade Union Partnership Programs.