Does an Advanced Manufacturing Career work for you?
Interest in electronics, computers, machines and robots
Variety of job options
Like to fix things and learn how they work
"Get it done" kind of person
One degree. Many career options.
Median pay $29 an hour*
High probability for advancement
Job Outlook: Strong.
Strong partnerships with employers
Experienced professors with many years in the manufacturing field
Internships and Apprenticeships Available
Hands-on, industry-specific training equipment at DACC Students may earn multiple industry certifications
Affordable with many financial aid options
Here's the Story:
This diverse training provides several career options when students graduate.The program cover s
electronics, computers, robotics, manufacturing, welding and other manufacturing-related fields.
The program involves a high degree of hands-on learning opportunities. Graduates are prepared for a
number of positions in the manufacturing field including plant maintenance.
This is an occupational program typically not designed to transfer; however, this program has been
articulated to some senior institutions.
Danville Area Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in its programs and activities. Inquiries may be directed to Jill A. Cranmore, Vice President of Human Resources, Affirmative Action Officer, Title IX Coordinator, and Section 504/ADA Coordinator, Danville Area Community College, 2000 E. Main St., Martin Luther King Memorial Way, Danville, IL 61832-5199, 217-443-8756, or email@example.com.