Electro-Mechanical Technology Information Session
High-paying electro-mechanical technician jobs in automated manufacturing and production facilities are available in southeastern Pennsylvania, right now. At Delaware County Community College, we’re prepared to train you for a career as an electro-mechanical technician, so you can help meet industry demands right in your backyard.
Electro-mechanical technicians work with anything that combines electronic controls with mechanical systems to complete a task or process. Some examples include ATMs, robotic manufacturing to produce automobiles, or even order fulfillment in a complex warehouse and distribution system.
The Electro-Mechanical Technologies program is a 27-28 credit academic certificate that can serve as an entry point to an advanced manufacturing career or the Advanced Technology associate degree. Students receive instruction in electrical controls and programmable controllers, manufacturing and operational testing, as well as system analysis and maintenance procedures.
Training Grants Available
Through the generosity of the JPMorgan Chase Foundation, the Delaware County Community College Educational Foundation is offering training grants to selected students that will complement any financial aid for which a student might be eligible or meet expenses for students not eligible for financial aid. The intent is to ensure students can complete the Electro-Mechanical Technologies program for free.
About the Information Session
Those who attend the session will learn:
- How modern industries are producing rewarding and diverse careers
- About the Electro-Mechanical Technologies short-term certificate program and available resources
- How to apply for a training grant
Plus, attendees will have the opportunity to meet the dean of the College’s Workforce Development division.