Join the Workforce after One Year in SCC’s Industrial Maintenance Program
December 14, 2022
Sacramento City College’s Industrial Maintenance Mechanical Technician program provides career options for students after a single year in the program!
This program prepares you for a multitude of different fields such as Energy, Manufacturing, Food Processing, Automated Warehousing, even Traffic Lights, and Sustainability. Upon completion of the program, graduates can make their way into a variety of career fields, earning a $55,000-$72,000 annual salary in the first year.
Graduates who have completed the program are actively recruited for great jobs in a choice of industries and their only limitation is their imagination. The opportunity available is a great motivator to find your perfect niche and pursue it.
This program provides entry-level instruction on the installation, repair, and maintenance of a wide range of machinery. These skills cover:
- safety training
- OSHA-10 Course Completion Certification
- basics of mechanical and electrical systems
With a combination of traditional lectures, hands-on-training and training labs, this program is a unique path to employment. Additional training includes building effective writing, verbal communication, electronic communication, mechanical calculations and computer skills.
The wide variety of skills taught within this course really allows for you to use this program as a jumping off point into your career field. Check out the great opportunities available to you!
How do I get started?
- Apply to Sacramento City College
- Check out the Academic Program page for degree and certificates.
- Talk to a counselor for a more personalized education plan
- Let us know that you are interested in learning more about the program!
- Richard Gentry
Phone: (916) 558-2250
- Richard Gentry
Industrial Maintenance Mechanic Technician
The Industrial Maintenance Mechanic Technology program provides entry-level instruction in the installation, repair, and maintenance of a wide range of machinery found in the food processing, advanced manufacturing, and product distribution industries.