Project IMPACT

Innovations Moving People to Achieve Certified Training



Also known as: Electrical and Electromechanical Technology, Electronic System Technology, Electrical/Mechanical Maintenance

Workers in this important career install, maintain, and repair the latest equipment in a variety of manufacturing and industrial facilities. Mechatronics workers work with and complete diverse tasks in areas such as welding, electrical, hydraulic, pneumatics, and blueprint reading.


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  • Industrial Maintenance

  • Maintenance (Electro/Mechanical)

  • Controls Tech

  • Maintenance Technician

  • Maintenance Mechanic

  • Industrial Electrician

  • Production Maintenance Mechanic

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Source: Job titles Nebraska Department of Labor
Career description and average wage information Bureau of Labor Statistics

Central Community College
Metropolitan Community College
Northeast Community College
Southeast Community College
Western Nebraska Community College
University of Nebraska at Lincoln

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The consortium of institutions which comprise Project IMPACT are equal opportunity/affirmative action institutions.