JOBS AND OPPORTUNITIES FAIR
Contact Caroline Bertrand, career specialist, email@example.com with questions.
The ELIP event is on a Saturday, from 8am-11pm. If you don't have work boots, wear the strongest shoes you have that you think would be appropriate for the construction industry. If you like you can run it by Mr. Carwile when you register. Don't let the lack of boots stop you from attending. Mr. Carwile told us that students interested in engineering or architecture may be eligible for summer employment while in college, just take advantage of the opportunity to see if you might like the job by trying it out on December 11.
ACPS Job and Experience Fair!
Wednesday, November 10, from 2-4pm on zoom.
Student registration: tinyurl.com/jobfairACPS
On the day of the job fair we will email you the zoom link.
If you missed it, see the Albemarle County Job Board linked in my web page.
Looking forward to seeing you there! See Ms. Bertrand in the library with questions.
Outdoor Hiring event June 2nd at Darden Towe from 1-3. I will help you find the employers you want to meet. They REALLY want to meet you these days so don't hesitate to come. You don't even need a resume.
Description of the program:
The Industrial Electronics Technology program at Piedmont Virginia Community College is designed for students interested in Advanced Manufacturing, Electronics and related fields. Participants gain hands-on troubleshooting skills and application of knowledge in the convergence of computer science, engineering, technology and electronics. Classes not only guide students through a pathway of learning, but they are embedded with hands-on projects that build skills and curiosity. Students learn a variety of safe practices and tool use including CNC milling machines, 3D printers, laser cutters, welding, CAD design, soldering, microcontrollers, PLC programming and more! Graduates are prepared for an expanding job market which includes careers as maintenance technicians, skilled machinists, mechatronics technicians, circuit board assemblers and many others.
What is PVCC Industrial Electronics?
Meet freshman college student Isaak Nathan (WAHS graduate 2020)
Tour the lab with Eric Bredder, instructor
Jobs and careers you can do with this program (Katie Thach)
Chat with the presenters
Date: Friday, 9am on November 6th
Please let me know if students or parents need Spanish interpretation.
An Apprentice is paid to learn mostly on the job and most employers reimburse the class apprentices take one night a week. See below the offerings of National Apprenticeship week and sign up on Airtable. Employers are promising attendees the assistance of a professional mentor! Ask Ms. Bertrand for more information.