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All EFSC campuses are open and all classes resumed as scheduled Monday, September 18. Students and instructors should discuss issues related to missed classes, assignments and tests. An email has been sent to students outlining hurricane closure impacts related to Fall Term courses. You can also view that email online.

 
 
 
 

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Click below to visit EFSC's Career Planning & Development Center where you'll find helpful career exploration tools that are free for students!

 

Work in Aerospace Technology

The program includes skill requirements that prepare graduates for employment opportunities with many high technology companies including the major aerospace companies in the industry. The Aerospace Technology Advisory Committee (ATAC), which is comprised of several companies, government groups and academia, participates in the development and implementation of this program and is part of the placement process.

This program prepares students for entry-level positions in various industries by offering a standardized and industry-endorsed education program that provides employers with a well-trained and productive workforce. An aerospace technician manufactures, assembles, services, tests, operates and repairs systems associated with space launch vehicles, payloads, related laboratories and ground support equipment.

This program also provides training for persons previously or currently employed in this industry. Instruction is designed to qualify students for examinations for certification as an aerospace technician in various skill areas. Graduates may also qualify for many applied-technology jobs such as testing, fabrication, assembly, repair and manufacturing.

Know Your Field

Careers: 
•Aerospace Technician
Inspector 
Aviation Bench Technician
Electronics Technician
Electronic Fabrication Technician
Composite Fabrication Technician Sheet Metal Worker