Get High-Tech Experience

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In FLCC's Instrumentation and Control Technologies degree program, you'll complete a paid co-op at an area business. It is quite common for students to be offer jobs while still completing freshman and sophomore coursework.

The Co-op Experience

During your co-op, you'll get to showcase your initiative, drive, and ability to solve problems. You'll also be involved with addressing complex scenarios as part of a high-functioning team.

You will be required to complete 270 hours of work, which will provide you the opportunity to learn trouble shooting, calibration, automation, and quality improvement.

Preparing Students for Employment

A majority of students in the Instrumentation and Control Technologies degree program continue working part-time or full-time where they completed their co-op.

After completing your co-op, you'll give a presentation of your experience and share the knowledge and skills you gained with faculty, staff, students, industrial mentors, workforce and economic developers, and the community.

Career Opportunities

Students in the Instrumentation and Control Technologies degree program have completed paid co-ops and have obtained employment at several area high-tech businesses, some of which include:

  • Advanced Interconnect Manufacturing
  • Applied Image Inc.
  • Construction-Robotics
  • G.W. Lisk
  • ITT Goulds Pump
  • LaGasse Works
  • New Scale Technologies
  • Optimax Systems
  • OptiPro Systems
  • Railcomm
  • Redcom Laboratories
  • RITEC Industrial
  • Surmotech
  • Ultrafab