The Electrical Technology Program provides students the opportunity to gain technical knowledge and experience in residential and commercial wiring phases of the electrical industry.
Training is in basic electricity, blueprint reading, motors, motor controls, programmable logic controls, and the National Electrical Code. Students experience hands-on work, including actual residential and commercial wiring installation. Options available to students include an Associate of Applied Science Degree and diploma.
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Graduate with little to no college debt, with the assistance of these program-based scholarships*
Applied Technologies Student
NPCC Foundation Dorothy Yont Scholarship
NPCC Foundation Sorenson Technical Scholarship
NPCC Foundation Technical Faculty Scholarship
NPCC Foundation John & Mary Hunter Technical Scholarship
Technical Student Preferably In Trade and Industrial Field
NPCC Foundation Trew-Shoemaker Scholarship Fund
Full-Time Building Construction Student from Lincoln County
B. L. Slim Hebblewaite
Other scholarships are available. Ask your enrollment counselor for details.
* Scholarship awards vary from $500-$2,000 per year