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 Engineering Open House showcases careers in 'making things work better'

 2/18/2014

 Casey Fryda

 

Public invited to explore fields in critical need in Northeast WI

Are you a problem-solver? Do you like making things faster, safer and better? You might make a good engineer—and the Engineering Open House is designed to help you find out more.

Two-year and four-year colleges and area employers will hold the annual Engineering Open House on Feb. 20 at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College. The event is designed to showcase the variety of careers in engineering and to provide information about engineering-related degree programs. It is intended for students in middle and high school, adults who are interested in engineering education, and their families and friends.

Engineering Open House
Thursday, Feb. 20, 2014 
Manufacturing Technology Center at NWTC-Green Bay
Free and open to the public.
Information: www.NWTC.edu/TechCenter.

Visitors can drop in from 5 to 7 p.m. to see working robots, meet instructors and students and watch demonstrations. Other experts will be available to cover topics including admissions, transfer from NWTC into university engineering programs, and career services. Refreshments will be served.

Area employers participate as well, to describe local engineering careers and meet prospective students one-on-one. Hundreds of high-tech, high-paying jobs in these fields are open in Northeast Wisconsin each year, and the supply of skilled engineers and engineering technicians has not kept pace with rising employer demand.

 

Weather note: If NWTC closes on Thursday, Feb. 20, the Engineering Open House will be canceled. If the College remains open, the Open House is on!

NWTC offers 17 engineering-related degrees in fields as diverse as automation, prototyping, energy, civil, architecture, maritime and environmental engineering. The open house is held each year during National Engineers Week to encourage talented students to pursue engineering-related education.

Participating programs 

  • Electrical Engineering Technology
  • Civil Engineering Technology
  • Automation Engineering Technology
  • Electro-Mechanical Technology
  • Electronics Technology (with optional Biomedical Specialty)
  • Mechanical Design Technology
  • Prototype & Design
  • Fire Protection Engineering Technology
  • Architectural Technology
  • Manufacturing Engineering Technology
  • Utilities Engineering Technology
  • Energy Management Technology
  • Solar Energy Technology
  • Nuclear Technology
  • Marine Engineering Technology
  • Environmental Engineering-Waste & Water Technology
  • Wind Technology

 

Electromechanical program is part of NWTC Engineering Open House 2014