Auburn Career Center

Auburn Career Center

Auburn Career Center was founded in 1964 and was the first career and technical center in the State of Ohio.

Auburn serves the community through its High School and Adult Programs. The school’s emphasis on career education gives students the opportunity to gain valuable experience while still in high school.

Auburn has partnered with the AWT since 2010. Auburn Career Center and the AWT were able to accommodate 1500+ students in 2011-2012 to provide students with the opportunity to tour the Career Lab at Auburn and an AWT company. Auburn Career Center  and the Alliance for Working Together have plans to continue to move forward together to provide the resources necessary for students to choose the right career path.

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Advanced Manufacturing (ADM)

Industrial and Engineering Career Cluster

Career Pathways

Technician to Engineer

  • CNC Setup Operator
  • Quality Control Technician
  • Machine Technicians
  • CAD Designer
  • Mechanical Engineer
  • Industrial Engineer
  • Civil Engineer
  • Materials Engineer

Program Outcomes

Successful completion of the program will provide the student with:

  • OSHA CareerSafe Certification
  • Credentials from the National Institute of Metalworking Skills (NIMS)
  • MSSC (Manufactoring Skills Standards Council) Certification in Safety, Quality, Manufacturing, and Maintenance

Articulated College Credit

  • Lakeland Community College – 8 credits