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The Advanced Manufacturing programs prepare students for careers in precision manufacturing, technical design, and the skilled trades.
The Business Management programs are designed to give students skills and experience in the highly competitive fields of business support, management, and entrepreneurship.
The College & Career Pathways programs support students to succeed in the next steps for enrolling in a certificate or degree program.
The Culinary Arts programs prepare students for a rewarding career in the food, baking, and restaurant management industries.
The Health & Human Services programs prepare students for rewarding careers in the field of healthcare and assistance.
The Information Technology programs give students a convenient and supportive way to enter the fields of computer science and networking.
The Transportation Technology programs are your on-ramp into a career as an automotive mechanic, technician, or specialist.
The Construction Center of Excellence (CCE) brings industry and education together to develop a highly skilled and diverse workforce.
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