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Promoting High Tech Careers

The MYTechHire Program at Eastern Florida State College helps connect students, industry professionals and employers with the resources they need to get started or advance in the information technology and advanced manufacturing industries. Our services include customized advising, workshops and classes in our state-of-the-art computer labs, mentoring, and workforce training programs.

Florida East Coast TechHire is a federal grant-funded program made up of three Florida colleges working to enhance career opportunities in Advanced Manufacturing and IT for students who meet the eligibility requirements. View upcoming classes and course descriptions.

The Advanced Manufacturing pathway includes a series of certification courses that combine lecture and hands-on learning. Courses/Certifications include:

      • IPC J-STD-001 (Certified IPC Specialist)
      • IPC-A-610 (Acceptability of Electronics Assemblies)
      • IPC-A-620 (Cable and Wire Harness Assemblies)
      • CNC Machining
      • Maintenance Operations (OSHA, etc.)
      • Soldering

The Information Technology courses are offered online or in a classroom format with online tools and hands-on labs proctored by industry-certified instructors. Courses/Certifications include:

      • MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
      • Microsoft Certified Professional
      • CompTIA A+, Network+, Security+  
Eligibility Information

MYTechHire at Eastern Florida State College is part of a national study to test if offering individuals skills training and extra support services helps unemployed and underemployed youth ages 17-19, who are not in school, complete training and find employment in middle-high skill jobs. Support services and space availability in specific training is limited. Learn more about MY TechHire. The first step for those interested in MYTechHire services is to contact us through the information in the box on this page and make an appointment.

Interested in TechHire Services? Contact us to make an appointment

Heleyna Bostick
TechHire Program Manager

TechHire Program Office

Palm Bay Campus
250 Community College Parkway
Building 1, Room 306-A

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