• Engineering students at competitionEngineering Manufacturing Technology


    The C4 Engineering Manufacturing Technology Cluster introduces students to the various field of Advanced Manufacturing with classes in Project Lead The Way pre-engineering program, Computer Aided Drawing, Precision Machining, Electronics and Welding. Students have the opportunity to experience aspects of each program of study and still focus on their area of interest. This allows them to participate in advanced manufacturing as they would in a place of business. 

    Dual Credit Opportunities which count toward the Technical Honors Diploma are available to students who take any of the areas of study in this cluster. 
    Course listings and descriptions can be found on: Engineering Manufacturing Technology Course Guide
    Pathway Documents

    Career Pathway documents are designed to show students some possible career opportunities that are open to them depending on their interests, strengths and competencies. Meeting the career-related needs of students calls for alignment with career opportunities in authentic work settings. Career Pathways provide a useful framework to aid both students and educators in making those meaningful connections to the working world. C4 is creating and publishing Career Pathway Documents within its designated Career Majors.


    The first type of pathway listed in the C4 website is designed for the student who may think that they know what broad career field they are interested in pursuing but they are still exploring the career options available. Working from this model will prepare students to enter a number of post secondary options which are available in the state of Indiana.

    The second career pathway publication is designed for the student who has decided on a career choice. This pathway is one that is written between C4 and one post secondary institution where a dual credit or articulation agreement is in place. With this document, the student will see a secondary listing of proposed courses to prepare him or her for post secondary studies and also will find a four semester listing of the courses needed while enrolled in the post secondary institution.


    To help students plan their career and college goals, pathway documents are available:


    Technical Honors Diploma
    Recognizing the success of the career and technical program in students’ lives, Indiana created the Core 40 with Technical Honors Diploma. This diploma emphasizes rigorous academic standards and expectations along with vital technical skills. The Core 40 with Technical Honors Diploma prepares students to easily move from high school to college, the workforce, or elsewhere with a clear focus on their career goals.

    Advantages of a Core 40 with Technical Honors Diploma for students include:

    · preparation for both college and careers,

    · opportunities to earn college credits while still in high school,

    · opportunities to explore Indiana’s high wage and high-demand occupations,

    · ability to move more easily into their college major, saving time and money,

    · options to gain practical, real-world working experience,

    · chances to earn employer-recognized certifications,

    · valuable skills and training sought by Indiana employers.



    Student Leadership Organization

    SkillsUSA prepares America's high performance workers. It provides quality education experiences for students in leadership, teamwork, citizenship and character development. It builds and reinforces self-confidence, work attitudes and communications skills. It emphasizes total quality at work, high ethical standards, superior work skills, life-long education and pride in the dignity of work. SkillsUSA also promotes understanding of the free enterprise system and involvement in community service activities. SkillsUSA programs include local, state and national competitions in which students demonstrate occupational and leadership skills.



    Derik Gratz - Welding
    Samantha Olmstead - Project Lead The Way
    Jessica Davis - Project Lead the Way
    Mike Riley  Electronics 
    Dalton Foley – Precision Machining
    Zach Schroeder – Project Lead The Way

Last Modified on November 8, 2017