TECC-W Wood Manufacturing Technology program focuses on learning industrial woodworking techniques, learning safety skills, and preparing students for employment in the wood manufacturing industry. People working in the woods manufacturing industry can work in production and operations, design, as technicians, managers, supervisors, engineers, computer-aided machining, in an apprentice trade, support trade, as well as in marketing, clerical, secretarial and customer service. The Wood Manufacturing Technology program has partnered with area professionals in the industry to ensure that our students are ready for future careers in the industry. Business partners assist the program by serving as guest speakers on current industry topics, providing paid and non-paid internships, and also providing employment opportunities for our graduated students.
Business Partners for TECC-W Wood Manufacturing Technology program include: