The kids are having a blast this week. They have been busy creating t-shirts, stickers, creating robots, anatomy, dental impressions, crime scene, fingerprinting, welding and checking tire pressure, alignment and LOTS more!!
Check out the photos from SUN Tech Camp 2015 Day 2. Be sure to follow us on Facebook & Twitter and give us a “LIKE” . Come see us in the New Berlin parade tomorrow night. #sunareatech
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Computer and Networking Technology is on display at Midd-West! Students in the Computer and Networking Technology program experience a variety of topics. Students learn about computer hardware by building desktop computers and laptops. They’ll learn the fundamentals of networking by setting up their own Microsoft networks, configuring servers, and programming switches. They’ll also be exposed to some exciting branches of Information Technology like computer forensics and webpage design.
Think you might be interested? Contact SUN to schedule a tour today!
Computer Networking Technology student Kayla Weaver is working on Windows Server 2003 learning how to set up and support file and print sharing, secure Internet connectivity, and creative centralized application deployments.
Students in this program will learn how to build desktop PC’s and laptops from their basic components, how to repair computers, desktop and server operating systems, TCP/IP networking, Microsoft Active Directory, fiber optic, copper, and wireless networking, and web page design using HTML 5 and the Adobe Creative Suite.
We’re not sure if it’s a bug or a feature, but students in Computer Networking Technology seem to have a lot of fun, all while learning the skills they need for a field that is destined to grow for decades to come.
Interested in seeing more of Computer Networking Technology? Check our the class Facebook album! For more information about this program check out the Computer Networking Technology page, or talk to your guidance counselor about taking a tour today!
As part of their Comptia A+ certification training, John Swink, Alex Rapko, and Noah Stahl are tearing apart desktop computers while using an iPad to troubleshoot problems.
Students in Electronics Technology are exposed to just about every type of technology that plugs into an outlet, and some that don’t! By enrolling in Electronics Technology will learn about electronic circuits, robotics, PC building and repair, computer networks, audio-visual equipment, nanofabribation, and green technology like solar!
To check see some of the activities that you’ll work on in Electronics Technology, check out our image gallery on Facebook. For more information about the Electronics Technology program check out the program’s page, or talk to your guidance counselor about about scheduling a tour of SUN Tech.
Under the hood of this diesel truck you’ll find Kyle Fawver. This is just one of several trucks students get to work on in the Diesel Truck Technology program at SUN Tech. Students will be exposed to Mac, Sterling, Freightliner, Volvo, and International trucks.
Want a closer look at the Diesel Program? Check out our photo gallery on Facebook! Visit the Diesel Truck Technology page to learn more about this program, or contact your guidance counselor to schedule a tour of SUN Tech!
As the manager of a dealership’s service department I’ve had the opportunity to work with and hire graduates from the Diesel Truck Technology program at SUN Tech . Currently over 40 % of my technicians have come through SUN tech and several of my office staff are also graduates. I’ve hired students directly from the high school program as well as students who went on to other college level programs. SUN Tech is the only high school program that I’ve hired students directly from that were prepared for an entry level position at our dealership. The students that went on to the college level were very prepared for the next level of training and are usually hired at a higher rate.
– John Renno, Service Manager, Susquehanna Motor Company
Students in Dental Health Technology recently started learning how to make study models of a patient’s teeth. Mrs. Sharer was kind enough to lend hers to the cause and allowed students to take dental impressions of her pearly whites.
Pictured here are 2012-2013 Dental Health Technology students Jackie Donnelly and Macenzie McColl with our Assistant Director Mrs. Sharer.