The Manufacturing and Nuclear Institutes (MWI and NWI) are opportunities for high school juniors and seniors to gain an awareness of high-demand jobs, and learn various skills that will benefit them in the workplace in many professional fields. Visits to local manufacturing and nuclear sites are also included in the programs’ curriculums as students learn more about their options outside the classroom.
(June 2, 2015, Aiken, SC) Students without a college or career plan can become more decisive during a three-week program designed to give students more options for their future.
(June 1, 2015, Aiken, SC) An Aiken Regional Medical Centers (ARMC) executive has been appointed to the Aiken County Commission for Technical and Comprehensive Education.
(May 29, 2015, Aiken, SC) Aiken Technical College student veterans donned chef hats, aprons and even mustaches in efforts to raise funds for the College’s Student Veterans Association (SVA).
(May 27, 2015, Aiken, SC) Forty-seven students from ten technical colleges across the state of South Carolina put their welding skills to the test last month in the S.C. Technical College System’s 33rd annual Welding Skills Competition at Tri-County Technical College.