About the OTC Career Center

High school students begin their careers as they learn within the OTC Career Center. Juniors and seniors from area high schools earn free college credit to become college and career ready. Qualified students can earn an average of 40 hours of free college credits of career-specialized technical education programs. Plus, students participate in hands-on learning taught by local industry experts, while utilizing state-of-the-art equipment.

This immersive experience for high school students is designed to guide them toward college and career opportunities after graduation. When students attend OTC Career Center, they may work toward an Associate of Applied Science degree, a certificate of achievement or specialization in a particular field. Students interested in a particular path may finish an entire program and receive a post-secondary certificate, even prior to graduating high school while at the Career Center. Enrollment in the OTC Career Center is an excellent way for students to explore their futures, supplement courses available at their high schools, learn about careers, develop high tech skills needed in today’s global economy and workforce, and prepare for post-secondary enrollment at community college or university.

OTC Career Center students’ tuition is paid by the local high school district and does not utilize A+ Scholarship funds.

Daily Schedule

OTC Career Center students attend one of two instructional block periods scheduled Monday through Friday. The morning period begins at 8:00 a.m. and ends at 10:30 a.m. The afternoon period begins at 12:20 p.m. and ends at 2:50 p.m.

OTC Career Center

Auto Collision Repair

Agriculture

Automotive

Computer Information Science

Construction Technology

Culinary Arts

Diesel Technology

Drafting Design Technology

Career Center Videos

Early Childhood Development

Electrical Trades

Program Videos

Electronic Media Production

Fire Science Technology

Industrial Systems
Technology

High School
Health Sciences

Heating, Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning

Graphic Design Technology

OTC Career Center Important Links

Precision Machining Technology

Networking Technology

Welding Technology

Industrial Engineering Technology

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