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Construction, Engineering and Manufacturing

Designing and building solutions for real-world problems using advanced technical skills.

The NCAPS Construction, Engineering and Manufacturing pathway is for students who are interested in the planning and building of structures and products through engineering fundamentals, innovation, and entrepreneurship. Students use technical knowledge to create solutions to real-world problems through a design and build process. The pathway begins with a broad introduction to industry-based knowledge. Students will then learn the essential components of the engineering design process and progress to hands-on, active learning opportunities with a full immersion in real-world projects in the construction and manufacturing sectors.

College credits are available through this pathway and can lead to careers such as: architects, construction managers, contractors, engineers, machinists, tool makers, and CNC technicians. Learning can be individually tailored to meet the student’s career interest and opportunities are provided for each student to work with business and industry experts.

Construction, Engineering and Manufacturing Pathway Certifications

  • 10 Hour OSHA Training

Mentor Settings

  • Manufacturing Businesses
  • Computer Businesses
  • ESU
  • Architecture Firm

Construction, Engineering and Manufacturing Mentor Experiences

  • Construction Engineer
  • Software Engineer
  • Computer Engineer
  • Computer Networking
  • Computer Software
  • Architect
  • Mechanical Engineer
  • Welding
  • Woodworking
  • Welding
  • Machining




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