Gold Medals for Perfect Attendance (over four semesters): Troy Peterson, Sam Petschauer, Gregory Martins, Matthew Fife, and Samuel Donna all received tool gifts from Viking Electric Supply and Tool.
The Electrical Technology program recently celebrated the end of the semester for current students and those who had completed the program. Key industry partners were invited to participate in the event highlighting the accomplishments achieved by our students.
Keith Covard awarding scholarships to 2nd-semester students on behalf of Hunt Electric.
Students heard valuable comments from industry partners, and a scholarship was awarded by Saint Paul union
IBEW 110 to student Cecillia Bell. Additional scholarships were awarded to 2nd-semester students by Hunt Electric and the
St. Paul Chapter National Electrical Contractors Association.
The Electrical Technology Diploma is a popular program at Saint Paul College. It provides students with the knowledge and skills needed for employment in the electrical technology industry. Many graduates work with full-service electrical design, build, and maintenance companies like
Hunt Electric or electric supply chain partners like
Viking Electric in Minneapolis.
Jamie McNamara, IBEW Local 110 Business Manager, awarding a scholarship to Cecillia Bell.
In addition to classroom instruction, Electrical Technology students have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience through apprenticeships. With training and certification, students can pursue a lucrative career in the electrical industry. Electricians get the chance to work with innovative technology while providing essential services to homes and businesses and benefit from job opportunities that come with long-term job security.
Learn more about the Electrical Technology Program.