From the smartphones in our hands just about all hours of the day, to the machinery that builds those powerful devices and the intricate software that powers them, technology, in all shapes and forms, plays a huge role in every one of our lives. What if you could be a part of that?

If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to truly understand how circuits, currents, micro-processors and more come together to operate devices, it might be time to explore a career in electronics and the technologies that power them. Here are three signs MTC’s Electronic Technology program is right for you.

You love getting to know the inner-workings of tech.

Has your curiosity ever led you to take a piece of technology apart just to see the mechanisms that power it? Does the complexity of the software powering industrial machinery fascinate you? With a career in electronic technology, you’ll gain an in-depth and practical understanding of the power of technology, and how you can play a role in maintaining it running at peak efficiency.

You want to be a part of a rapidly-evolving field with endless opportunities.

The technology field grows more and more every single day. With this growth, endless job and career opportunities continue to surface for those with skillful training in this sector. Openings for electronic equipment testers, manufacturing technicians, electronics installers and repairers, and many more are within your reach with the Associate Certified Electronics Technician certification you can earn through our Electronic Technology program.

You’re ready for a new career, but don’t think you have the time for school.

When it comes to creating a better future for yourself and your loved ones, where there’s a will, there’s a way. MTC’s Electronic Technology program is taught in convenient evening classes from Monday through Thursday, which means you’ll still be able to work, take care of your family, or stay on top of any other responsibilities you might have while earning your credentials in this fast-growing field.

Ready to get started in this exciting field? Applications for Electronic Technology and other new programs including Public Safety Telecommunications, Barbering, Industrial Machinery Maintenance and Database Application are open now. Applications will be accepted until classes are filled. For more information about MTC’S available programs, check out our course catalog, or call (352) 671-7200.