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Instruction in all aspects of electronics.

Potential Salary$70,000

topics Technology

Skills & InterestFiguring Things Out


Why choose program or class?

The Chemeketa electronics department traces its history back to 1957 when the program was established at our vocational high school predecessor with the charter to provide world-class technology education. Over fifty-plus years much has changed in electronics technologies but our purpose and goals remain the same –

  • Prepare students for technology-based careers
  • Provide upgrade training for currently employed high-tech workers
  • Assist business and industry to stay competitive and on the cutting edge of technology

Personal electronics and technological advances are changing the world and Chemeketa offers you seven programs that can help you participate in building the future.

What will you learn?

Our experienced faculty offer you instruction in –

  • Professional and environmental safety practices
  • Use of standard terminology
  • Use of equipment and procedures
  • Skills in system performance and control processes
  • Solving technology problems
  • Interpreting manuals, technical bulletins, schematics

What will you do?

With electronics skills you may have the opportunity to work in a range of occupations, including –

  • Electronics engineering technician
  • Industrial electronics technician
  • Renewable energy management
  • Process control technician
  • Drone maintenance
  • Telecommunications engineer
  • Communications specialist

Job Announcements

Our program staff maintains and seeks ties to our industry. Current job announcements are conducted through a LinkedIn account. If you would like to be placed on the notification list, please search for Charles Sekafetz in Linkedin and add him to your professional network. Be sure to include your year of graduation from the Electronics program and that you wish to be added to the list in your email.


    Upon graduation from the Electronic Engineering Technician program, you may begin a career in many different aspects of the field. You might design, manufacture, install or service equipment related to many different industries. While the list of opportunities that you could use an electronics background to choose from are varied, many electronics technicians will work with –

    Training includes specific technical skills needed in the field and broader skills in communications, teamwork, and human relations, which are necessary for your career success.

    See Course Sequences for more information.


    If you select and graduate from the Industrial Electronics program, you may begin a career assisting in developing, manufacturing, installing or servicing electronic systems including but not limited to –

    This program stresses mechanical, computer, and electronic theory, as well as the communication and human relation skills needed for your career advancement.

    See Course Sequences for more information.


    Oregon is recognized internationally as a leader in renewable energy. As the world seeks innovative solutions that will ensure a sustainable future, it looks here—because Oregon is where sustainability is taught, tested and practiced. We –

    • Were the first state to install photovoltaics on our capitol building
    • Provide strong tax incentives for building and using renewable energy
    • Offer more than 30 different “green” training programs at our community colleges and union apprenticeship programs, as well as the nation’s first Bachelor’s degree in Renewable Energy Engineering

    The Renewable Energy Management option at Chemeketa Community College provides education in –

    If you decide to pursue this degree, you will be taking a common first year of courses with other electronics students and then begin specializing in your second year. Returning workers who meet course qualifications will be allowed to take the specialization courses after meeting prerequisites. Once you have graduated, job opportunities include designing, installing and managing renewable energy system.

    See Course Sequences for more information.