For the Community

SUN Area Technical Institute has a long and proud history of being a force for positive change in the Susquehanna Valley. Here are just some of the ways that SUN Tech helps our community.

Community Service Projects

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.

Each year students and faculty at SUN Tech take part in community service projects including dress-down days which raise money for the American Cancer Society, building dug-outs for local ball fields, and larger projects such as a barn wiring project for Ashburn’s Animals on a Mission.

I had the greatest pleasure of working with the students and instructor of the electrical program from SUN Area Technical Institute.  Never before have I met a more responsible, mature and educated group of young adults.  After the project, I toured the school and was very impressed at how advanced the learning programs were and what incredible educators and staff were employed.  The entire experience was above any expectations I had.  Thanks SUN Tech. Janel Ashburn, Owner, Ashburn Animal Farm & Shelter Non Profit

Do you have a community project that could benefit from the skill and knowledge at SUN Tech? Contact us today to see if we can help!

More Community Projects

Adult Education

SUN Tech provides many training opportunities for adults. We offer night classes in dozens of fields, full-time enrollment in our day-time programs, customized training for businesses and individuals, and even online courses.  Are you a veteran of the armed-services?  All of our day-time programs are  for GI Bill funding! Contact the Adult Ed Department to learn more.

More Adult Ed Services

Environmental Initiatives

While SUN recognizes the importance of building our workforce, we believe it’s necessary to be good stewards of or planet in the process.

Get Educated in Green Technology

Many of SUN Tech’s programs including Electronics and HVAC have begun to incorporate wind and solar power into their curriculum.  We also offer green energy courses through our Adult Ed program.