Skilled and Technical

Manufacturing Design, Manufacturing Production

Career and Technical Education

Career and Technical Education (CTE) courses let you explore careers, learn new skills and gain hands-on experience. In some cases, you can earn CTE college credit or an industry certificate while in high school. Learn more about CTE student leadership programs at OSPI CTE.

CLASSES YOU CAN TAKE IN MIDDLE SCHOOL

Note: Check your school for availability. Middle school CTE classes focus on STEM concepts, leadership skills and entry level industry and employability skills.

  • 7th Grade Industrial Science (Shop)
  • 8th Grade Industrial Science (Shop)
  • 8th Grade Computer Aided Drafting

CLASSES YOU CAN TAKE IN HIGH SCHOOL

Note: Check your school for availability.
  • Computer Aided Drafting and Design Fundamentals = Art, 3rd Year Math Equivalency
  • Advanced Computer Aided Drafting and Design/CAM 1 = Art, 3rd Year Math Equivalency
  • Advanced Computer Aided Drafting and Design/CAM 2 = Art, 3rd Year Math Equivalency
  • Welding Science = 3rd Year Science Equivalency


Glacier Peak Manufacturing

  • Shop 1: Shop Tech
  • Shop 2/3 Manufacturing Technologies = 0.5 3rd Year Science Equivalency
  • Shop 4: Advanced Manufacturing


Snohomish High School Manufacturing

  • Shop 1: Shop Tech
  • Shop 2: Core Plus Manufacturing = 0.5 3rd Year Science Equivalency
  • Shop 3: Fabrication Lab


Core Plus Information and Aerospace Summer Internship Program


Dual credit or certificate/apprenticeship


AJAC YOUTH APPRENTICESHIP

All manufacturing and design students can apply for this registered state apprenticeship. The program is targeted for juniors and seniors that are interested in pursuing a career in aerospace, advanced manufacturing or engineering.

  • 2,000 hours of paid training
  • Industry-recognized journey-level card
  • See your Career Center specialist for more information

WHAT YOU CAN DO RIGHT AFTER HIGH SCHOOL

CTE DUAL CREDIT - Use the college credit you can earn in this pathway


Everett Community College
- Advanced Manufacturing Technology (CAD)
  • Computer Aided Drafting and Design Fundamentals = Introduction to Engineering Graphics and 2D AutoCAd (ENG T 100) 4 credits
  • Advanced CADD/CAM One = Engineering Graphics 3D CADD ( ENG T 108) 4 credits
  • Advanced CADD/CAM Two = Engineering Graphics 3D CAD/CAM ( ENGT 259) 4 credits


Apprenticeships

Continue with AJAC (Aerospace Joint Apprenticeship Committee) Advanced Manufacturing

Check out other apprenticeship opportunities -Becoming an Apprentice- Washington Labor and Industry


Get an entry level job- One the job training- (One to 12 months)

  • Airplane assembler
  • Dental lab technician
  • Numerical control machine operator
  • Small engine mechanic
  • Welder and solderers


Go to a technical school, two-year community college or four-year university

  • Bates Technical
  • Lake Washington Institute of Technology
  • Everett Community College
  • Shoreline Community College
  • Eastern Washington University
  • Seattle Pacific University
  • University of Washington - Bothell
  • Washington State University

BEGIN YOUR CAREER

Long-term on-the-job training (more than a year)

  • Industrial machinery mechanics
  • Machinist
  • Numerical control tool programmer
  • Tool and die maker


Vocational training (certificate or diploma) or Associates Degree
  • Welding
  • Medical equipment repairers
  • Semiconductor processing operators
  • Wind turbine technicians
  • Engineering technician


Bachelors Degree

  • Aerospace engineer
  • Electronics engineer
  • Industrial engineer
  • Manufacturing engineer
  • Robotic engineer

CAREER INFORMATION

Career information available on Hello ID-High School Beyond Plan-Career Planner. More information about careers, job trends and educational programs can be found at:

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