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Engineering, Manufacturing, Technology

Engineering, Manufacturing, & Technology Track Pathways

Architecutre & Construction Career Cluster Overview Video

Manufacturing Career Cluster Overview Video

Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Career Cluster Overview Video

Transportation, Distribution, & Logistics Career Cluster Overview Video

Track Clubs & Hobbies

There are many hobbies and activities you could explore to learn more about engineering, manufacturing, and technology. Try one ore more of these activities:

  • Participate in Mathletes
  • Join FFA (Future Farmers of America)
  • Start a lawn mowing service
  • do repair and home improvement projects
  • Job shadow at an architecture or home deisgn firm
  • Volunteer to care for flowers at a park
  • Do basic repairs on home appliances or electronics
  • Visit an auto repair shop
  • Job shadow a machinist
  • Explore apprenticeship opportunities with local companies
  • Learn about computer applications or technology related to this field, like CAD
  • Job shadow an engineer or scientist
  • Teach youth at a science summer camp or after-school program
  • Read trade publications to stay current on economic and political issues affecting transportation
  • Job shadow a transportation manager or dispatcher
  • Intern at a local garage or motorcycle shop to learn the basics of auto or small engine repair

Track Industry Recognized Available Certificates:

  • NIMS Certification (CNC Machining)
  • OSHA 10-Hour Construction Industry
  • OSHA 10-Hour General Industry
  • OSHA 10-Hour General Industry (Manufacturing)
  • OSHA 10-Hour General Industry (Automotive)

Track Employment Opportunities

Below is a list of employers in our local area that have employment opportunities available to give you an inside look at working within the Engineering, Manufacturing, & Technology Career Field.

Engineering, Manufacturing, & Technology Track Classes

Complete Your Track

Do you want to complete your Track and Earn a Panther Tracks Certificate? Click on the link below to find out how!
Foundation Knowledge & Skills Page

Track Advisors

Denny Sleen & Jeff Dravis