Find out more at a Technology Studies open house April 12
March 31, 2010
GETTYSBURG – Residents in the Hanover/Adams County area can prepare for in-demand local jobs with expert training offered through the Technology Studies program at Gettysburg Campus of HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College.
HACC offers programs in industrial electricity and welding that can give successful participants the skills for entry-level jobs in many technology fields, such as contracting, industrial maintenance, and manufacturing. Technology Studies provides a career pathway for students to an associate degree that is specifically developed to meet the technical and non-technical needs identified by local business and industry.
To find out more, plan to attend a free, public open house from 3-5:30 p.m. Monday, April 12, at the Hanover Center for Workforce Excellence, 400 Pine St., Hanover.
Attendees can meet the faculty, talk to current students, tour the facility, see equipment demonstrations and meet the workforce development team to learn more about training programs for the local workforce, including computer technology and industrial maintenance (mechatronics). Information also will be available how to enroll in HACC, find out what classes are offered and when, and how to apply for financial aid.
To reserve a space, call 337-3855, x 3001 or reply online at
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