Parkland College’s state-of-the-art technical training programs lead to high-tech careers! Some programs even guarantee 100% job placement for successful graduates.
Want to learn more about these cutting-edge programs and the careers available?
Attend our Agriculture/Engineering Science and Technologies Student/Parent Information Night on Wednesday, February 8 from 5 to 7 p.m. in the Parkhill Applied Technology Center (T building).
This event is free to attend and open to high school juniors and seniors. Bring your families to check out our hands-on instructional labs, meet our faculty and area employers, and learn how you can begin a well-paying career you love with just two years (or less!) of training. Featured career areas include:
- collision repair
- diesel power
- precision agriculture
- land surveying
- automotive technology
- electrical control systems
- industrial technology
Ready to sign up? Visit the Ag/EST SPIN website. Contact Aimee Densmore at email@example.com or 217/373-3838 with questions.
[Aimee Densmore is program manager for Parkland’s Agriculture/Engineering Science and Technologies department.]
Regional high school juniors and seniors will soon compete in pit crew contests, spark plug challenges, carpentry contests, and other hands-on events introducing future career options in agriculture, engineering, and related technologies.
The annual Parkland College Agriculture/Engineering Science and Technologies Open House is happening Friday, October 14.
Parkland’s state-of-the-art lab spaces will host the day’s events. The Parkhill Applied Technology Center, the Tony Noel Agricultural Technology Applications Center, and the Construction Education Alliance (Parkland on Mattis) simulate on-the-job conditions using industry-recognized equipment.
Students will choose two innovative sessions from automotive; collision repair; diesel power; electrical power; industrial technology and welding; construction management; engineering science; and agriculture, precision ag, and horticulture. Each session will last 40 minutes and provide a hands-on, career-exploration activity.
High schools are encouraged to bring groups of interested students. However, parents/guardians are also invited to bring their high schooler to the event should the local high school choose not to participate. Every participant will receive a free T-shirt and lunch.
Please visit www.parkland.edu/agestopenhouse for more information and to register. Registration is required by September 28.