Career Options

Since 1978, the Electronics Technicians Association International has accredited electronics technicians worldwide who excel in area of electronics equipment service and support. An electronics technician who successfully passes an ETA certification exam is professionally recognized as having the necessary knowledge and technical skills to meet electronics service industry standards. Certification denotes proficiency in electronics and improves technicians ability for advancement in the electronics industry.

The Electronic Technologies Program has articulation agreements with New England Institute of Technology and Bristol Community College. Graduates are awarded five college credits for work completed in high school.

Entry level positions in the electronic technologies include:

  • Marine Electronics
  • Medical Electronics
  • Robotics and PLC Diagnostics
  • Computer Repair & Networking
  • Digital & Analog Telecommunications
  • Calibration Technicians