What Will You Do After Graduation?
Our Certified Electronics Training program prepares students for entry and mid-level electronics jobs in a variety of settings, from manufacturing to repair shops. Some students go on to pursue a two or four-year engineering degree. If you decide to continue your electronics education, you’ll have an excellent foundation for success because of the industry-specific curriculum and hands-on skills you’ll learn in the STRAC program
Towards the end of the program, a member of the Employment Team will work with you to create your job profile based on your interests, talents and where you’d like to work. They’ll work hard to find you a position with an employer who’s a good match and help you with resumes, interview prep and responding to job offers. If your goal is to pursue more education and training, your STRAC support team can help you explore options.
Electronics Technician Career Outcomes
Today, some of the best job opportunities in the country are related to electronics. Whether maintaining and servicing, manufacturing, testing, or assembling electronic components, those with an understanding of electronic systems and industry-specific skills are in high demand in our economy.
*U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook for Electrical and Electronics Installers and Repairers
**Reshoring Initiative’s 1H 2022 Data Report
Our graduates go on to work in dozens of technician roles such as:
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Classes are filling up quickly.
The employers listed below repeatedly hire from STRAC graduating classes:
STRAC At A Glance
Some recent examples of Graduate and Employer roles:
Test / Inspection Technician
Assembly / Inspection Technician
Wire & Cable Harness Assembly
Cable Assembly / Inspection Technician
Show / Ride Control Technician
Naval Components Test Technician