EvCC offers aerospace composites certificate

Everett Community College is offering a new aerospace composite technician certificate.

Classes start July 2.

The coursework for the 31-credit certificate was created with the help of industry representatives to meet the needs of the growing aerospace composites field.

The certificate program provides entry-level knowledge and skills for employment in the composite industry, said Annette Floyd, EvCC Air Washington program manager.

The certificate satisfies the technical core of the two-year Associates of Technical Arts degree. It can also be used to pursue a four-year Bachelor of Applied Science degree offered through Central Washington University through the University Center of North Puget Sound at EvCC’s north Everett campus.

EvCC is hosting information sessions about the new certificate from 1 to 2 p.m. May 15, 22, 29 and June 5 in Gray Wolf Hall, room 162.

To attend, RSVP by emailing afloyd@everettcc.edu or calling 425-388-9562.

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