• Manufacturing in the 21st century is highly automated and designed to operate continuously in efficient, clean, climate-controlled environments. To maintain this level of productivity, employers need a skilled workforce adept in modern technology, computerized production processes, and strategic workflow methods. If you love to work with your hands and your mind, our Advanced Manufacturing pathway is for you.

    Peak's Advanced Manufacturing pathway offers three district programs: 

    • Computer Integrated Machining
    • Electronics Technology
    • Automation/Robotics

    Each pathway builds on a common set of classes to provide you with fundamental knowledge that will benefit your long-term goals. This foundation allows you to delve further into specialized manufacturing fields in future academic courses. You'll become a specialist rather than a generalist and better prepared for a successful career through Peak.

    Future Potential Occupations:

    • Automotive Technician
    • Carpenter
    • Construction Manager
    • Electrical Engineer
    • Electrician
    • Electronics Technician 
    • Machinist
    • Mechanical Engineer
    • Plumber
    • Welder