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Ohio Hi Point- Career Center

Engineering & Manufacturing



Electronics Engineering

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Electronics Engineering is a college tech prep program that connects students to the growing and ever changing electronics industry.

The goal of the program is to provide a strong technical foundation; learning skills that include design, maintenance, troubleshooting, robotics and computer systems. Students create and program robots to compete in the annual National Robotics Competition. The program is self-paced, allowing room for a variety of learning opportunities and certifications.

Further educational opportunities after Hi-Point include partnerships with Clark State Community College, Rhodes State College, Sinclair Community College, Edison Community College, and State universities (through CT2).

Students in this program take part in the Ohio Hi-Point SkillsUSA Chapter.

Courses (must complete all required courses for program completion)


AC/DC Circuits
Analog Devices
Digital Electronics
Computer Hardware



  • 10-hr OSHA
  • IC3
What would I do in this pathway?
  • Develop an understanding of electronics
  • Design and engineer robotics and PLCs
  • Electronic circuit boarding
  • Design new ways to use electrical power
  • Analyze electronics system requirements
What can I do after I graduate
  • Electronic repair and installation technician
  • Continue education to earn degrees and/or technical certifications
  • Robotics programming
  • Maintenance technician
What can I do with further training
  • Computer hardware engineer
  • Electronic technician
  • Robotics programming
  • Biomedical design
  • Communication Engineer & Technician

Welding & Fabrication

Watch the sparks fly when you APPLY to this program!

Welders use heat to permanently join pieces of metal in order to repair parts used in various products and construction. Welders, especially those with a wide variety of skills, are needed both in commercial and industrial businesses. This program provides students with a basic understanding of arc welding, oxy-acetylene welding and cutting, plasma cutting, carbon arc, gas metal arc welding, tungsten inert gas welding, and welding safety.

The Welding program offers the potential to earn industry certifications, and you may also be eligible for school-to-work, allowing you to work while still in school, earning money and real-life work experience. Internships and college credit are available through this program. Students in this program take part in the Ohio Hi-Point SkillsUSA Chapter.

Courses (must complete 3 courses for program completion)


Machine Tools
Shielded Metal Arc Welding


Gas Metal Arc Welding
Gas Tungsten Arc Welding

10-hr OSHA

What would I do in this pathway?
  • Safety Procedures
  • Oxy-Acetylene
  • Welding Gas Metal Arc Welding (MIG) Tungsten Inert Gas Welding (TIG)
  • Shielded Metal Arc Welding
  • Fabrication and Blueprint Reading
What can I do after I graduate
  • Combination welder
  • Welding equipment salesperson
  • Welding technician
What can I do with further training
  • Shop foreman
  • Welder certified inspector
  • Welding instructor

Structural Construction

The Structural Construction Trades program allows students the critical opportunities needed to have a successful career in construction. Students construct a house from the foundation to the finishing touches within the community that is sold on the market. A new house is built each year.

Students develop a strong foundation in carpentry, masonry, electricity and plumbing and pipefitting during the two-year program. Students also learn current building techniques, estimating, construction costs, blueprint reading and building trade terms.

Students can earn a 10 hour OSHA (occupational safety and health administration) Card in Construction. The program is NCCER Accredited, allowing students the opportunity to earn college credit. Students in this program take part in the Ohio Hi-Point SkillsUSA Chapter.

Courses (must complete 3 courses and apprenticeship or 4 technical courses for program completion)


Construction Core

Carpentry and Masonry Technical Skills


Structural Systems

Structural Coverings and Finishes


  • 10-hr OSHA
  • NCCER Level
What would I do in this pathway?
  • Build on site project homes
  • Cost estimating and blueprint reading
  • Framing, floors, walls, and roofs
  • Door and window installation
  • Design and build outdoor features
  • Interior trim/finish
  • Install drywall
  • Roofing and siding
What can I do after I graduate
  • Residential carpenter
  • Commercial carpenter
  • Roofer
  • Drywaller
  • Sales representative
  • Finish carpenter
What can I do with further training
  • Site foreman
  • Civil engineer/architect
  • General contractor
  • Estimator
  • Project manager

Advanced Manufacturing*

Multi Craft/Manufacturing*

Allied Manufacturing

SMART Technology Engineering (coming Fall 2018)

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