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Colton Snook Selected as April’s SUN Tech Young American

Colton Snook, April, 2014 Young American

Colton Snook, April, 2014 Young American

Congratulations to Electrical Systems Technology student Colton Snook. Colton is our April, 2014’s SUN Area Technical Institute Young American!

The Young American Program gives special recognition to outstanding students for their scholastic and extracurricular activities.

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Sean Gay Practices Electrical Motor Controls

Sean Gay Practices Electrical Motor Controls

Pictured here is Electrical Systems Technology student Sean Gay, working with the electrical motor control hardware.  This is just one of many hands-on activities that students in the Electrical Systems class will get to experience.

Students will have a variety of careers to choose from including residential/commercial electrician, automation technician, data and telecom wiring, and more.  Enrolling in Electrical Systems technology will give you the opportunity to earn college credits while still in high school as well as the possibility of earning money and job experience through our co-op program.

Interested in working with electricity? Check out our Facebook album for more pictures of class projects, view the Electrical Systems Technology website for more class information, or talk to your guidance counselor today to schedule a visitation to this or any of our other exciting programs!

Electrical Systems Helps Ashburn’s Animals on a Missions

Electrical Systems Technology class of 2012 wired electricity to the barns at Ashburns Animals on a Mission.

Electrical Systems Technology class of 2012 wired electricity to the barns at Ashburns Animals on a Mission.

Susquehanna University’s SIFE Team (Students in Free Enterprise) has partnered with Ashburn’s Animals on a Mission in Kratzerville to help this wonderful nonprofit cause become self-sustaining.

SUN Tech’s Electrical Systems Technology class of 2013 recently lent a hand by installing electricity in Ashburn’s barns.