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Applied Engineering & Manufacturing

An Applied Engineering and Manufacturing students work with machinery in the program lab.

Are you interested in a career as an engineer? This program can help you get started on a pathway to a career as a successful engineer. The Applied Engineering & Manufacturing program is for any high school student interested in learning the basics of the five areas of engineering technology.

An Applied Engineering and Manufacturing student works on a piece in the program lab at the Springfield-Clark CTC.

Students learn basic skills in a variety of hands-on activities. In fact, 75 percent of the coursework involves hands-on assignments that compliment the textbook applications. Students may also participate in a post-secondary partnership with Clark State Community College. This agreement helps students earn college credits that also apply toward graduation from high school. There are Early Job Placement options with a placement rate of 75 percent.


Ron Summers

Career Technical Education, Applied Engineering & Manufacturing

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