Do you enjoy working on challenging projects that test your technical knowledge?
Are you interested in how products and machines come together?
Do you want to work on industrial equipment?
If so, you should check out programs within the Manufacturing & Engineering cluster!
The Manufacturing & Engineering cluster prepares you for college and entry-level jobs in modern manufacturing, beginning in sophomore year. Enrolling in a program in the Manufacturing cluster will give you the opportunity to understand how industry and technology work together create or package things we use everyday like cars and computers. Some of the manufactures you will learn about are Ford Motor Company, Boeing, Chrysler, BMW and Pfizer.
Careers to Consider
With a College Degree:
- Civil Engineer: $51,830 – $92,380
- Electrical Engineer: $60,980 – $101,790
- Materials Purchasing Agent: $50,290 – $101,790
With a Professional Certification/Degree:
- Commercial Electronics Repairer: $41,440 – $84,000
- Electro-Mechanical Technician: $40,300 – $63,230
- Electric Motor Repairer: $23,040 – $40,370
With a High School Diploma:
- Conveyor Operators & Tenders: $26,020 – $38,620
- Electronic and Machine Assemblers: $20,800 - $35,530