If you like to build and create things, are detail-oriented, and like to work with your hands, the Machinist program may be the perfect fit. You will learn to use conventional machines, CNC machining centers and turning centers. You will complete a series of projects designed to broaden your machining experience. With instructors who have years of experience, and a workshop with the newest equipment available, you will have the opportunity to learn in a setting that mirrors industry.
For OSPI information on the career cluster, visit: https://www.k12.wa.us/student-success/career-technical-education-cte/program-study-career-clusters-and-career-pathways/science-technology-engineering-mathematics-stem/careers-stem
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