Manufacturing, Trades and Transportation


Are you interested in building things or learning how something works? Are you fascinated by transportation and the movement of materials, products or people?
 
The Manufacturing, Trades, and Transportation pathway may appeal to students who like to work with their hands, have an aptitude for building and assembling and are project focused. This pathway can include designing, creating, repairing, transporting and distributing products or structures.
 
Students interested in pursuing further education can start at LCCC and transfer credits to other institutions, many of which hold transfer agreements. For further information, speak with an academic advisor.
 
Partial List of Possible Careers
Construction Foreman
Design Engineer*
Electronics Technician
Field Engineer*
HVAC Technician
Industrial Electrical Technician
Kitchen/Bath Remodeler
Nanotechnology Engineering Technician
Pilot
Production Supervisor*
Tool and Die Machinist
Truck Driver
*Please note that some careers require additional education, including a bachelor’s or master’s degree.
 
Ways to explore this pathway:
Complete repair and home improvement projects
Do basic repairs on home appliances or electronics
Job shadow a person in your career of interest
Read trade publications to stay current on economic and political issues affecting transportation
Participate in local STEM events

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Please note that some careers require additional education, including a bachelor’s or master’s degree. You can get started at LCCC to complete your associate degree, then transfer credits to earn your bachelor’s degree.

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