Quick Hits:

Demand for electromechanical technicians and related positions in the NTC District is projected to increase by 11.9% between 2015-2024 and 7.2% in the state of Wisconsin, showcasing a need for this program in the region

Job placement rate for students who completed this program in 2014-2015 was 100%, with 82% of graduates reporting employment in their field of study

$50,574 annual earnings of graduate 1 year after graduation compared to $32,595 median earnings in region for those with some college or associate’s degree (from FactFinder, US Census Bureau) 

Northcentral Electromechanical Technology Program

Manufacturing is a cornerstone of Wisconsin’s economy, and the district served by Northcentral Technical College is home to more than 35 major manufacturing businesses, and many smaller ones. With the demand for electromechanical technicians projected to grow, the electromechanical technology program at NTC supplies an important service to the region. The program incorporates classroom lectures, hands-on lab learning with cutting-edge equipment, real-life scenarios, and work-based learning opportunities at area businesses. The program also provides flexibility for working professionals to complete coursework online and complete lab work whenever labs are open. This flexibility, focus on improvement, and commitment to students have helped build a successful program, which boasts a job placement rate of 100%. 

Siemens Technical Scholars from the Northcentral Electromechanical Technology Program

Travis Becker
Patrick Steinke
Luke Thums