NWTC’s Great Lakes Energy Education (GLEE) Center
Providing and maintaining power supply to residents and businesses is a high demand service, and skilled technicians are in short supply. Employers from throughout the U.S. recruit NWTC's Gas Utility Construction and Service students: 93 percent are employed shortly after graduation.
Get details now about our programs in power distribution:
Besides starting a career with high earning potential, job stability and opportunities for growth, you’ll also be entering an exciting field that’s constantly evolving:
"Not everybody can say they get to work on high voltage electricity. Not every job gives you the opportunity to make people happy such as [by] restoring their power. Not every job you get to drive snow cats or take helicopters to remote locations. It takes a certain breed to do this job and everybody respects it." -- Brad Kegley, student in Electrical Power Distribution
Start your career with NWTC's Trades and Engineering Technology department – just click on one of the program links above!