WCTC Programs by Career Clusters

Occupations are grouped by the U.S. Department of Education into 16 clusters to assist students, with parents and counselors, to achieve their educational and career goals. Following is a list of WCTC programs that lead to occupations in 14 of the 16 clusters

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Architecture & Construction

Architectural Drafting/Construction

Building Trades – Carpentry

Concrete Finisher Apprenticeship

Electrician Apprenticeship (ABC)

Facilities Maintenance

Plumbing ABC (Apprentice)

Arts, Audio Visual Technology & Communications

Graphic Design

Print & Digital Media (Printing and Publishing)

Printing

Business, Management and Administration

Administrative Professional (Assistant)

Office Technology Assistant

Supervisory Management

Education and Training

Instructional Assistant

Finance

Accounting

Health Science

Central Service Technician

Dental Assistant

Dental Hygienist

Health Information Technology

Health Unit Coordinator

Medical Assistant

Medical Coding Specialist

Nursing Assistant

Nursing

Pharmacy Technician

Phlebotomy Technician

Physical Therapy Assistant

Practical Nursing - A.D.N. Progression

Radiography

Surgical Technology

Hospitality and Tourism

Culinary Management

Food Service Production

Hotel & Restaurant Management

Human Services

Cosmetology

Cosmetology Apprentice

Early Childhood Education

Human Services Associate

Information Technology

Computer Support Specialist

Network Specialist

Web & Software Developer

Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security

Criminal Justice – Law Enforcement

Fire Protection Technician

Manufacturing

Automation Systems Technician

Industrial Electrician

Industrial Maintenance Technician

Machine Tool Operation

Maintenance Mechanic/Millwright

Metal Fabrication/Welding

Tool & Die Maker

Tool & Die Making

Marketing, Sales & Service

Global Business

Interior Design

Marketing

Real Estate

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

Electrical Engineering Technology

Electronics Technology

Mechanical Design Technology

Mechanical Engineering Technology

Transportation, Distribution and Logistics

Automotive Collision Repair & Refinish

Automotive Technology (GM ASEP)

Automotive Technology (General Option)

Truck Driving