Industrial Maintenance/Millwright Technology

Work with your hands and your head and build a fulfilling career that keeps our industries moving.

Degree Options Associate, Certificate
Locations Lewiston

The skillset needed for millwrights includes a high level of fabrication; a level of understanding electricity for troubleshooting electrical devices, hydraulic and pneumatic systems, and PLC’s operation and troubleshooting; as well as motor and component service and installation. Students receive practical training in welding, blueprint reading, training on control strategies, hydraulic and pneumatic operation, as well as basic electrical service strategies. Students are also trained in rigging, mechanical drive systems, installation and alignment of equipment, and pumps. Training begins in the classroom and continues in the shop area.

Related Careers

• Millwright, $55,290
• Industrial Machinery Mechanic, $53,110
• Maintenance worker, machinery, $47,240

Career data and salary information is from U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

“Because I love to work with my hands the industrial maintenance program really jumped out at me, and the fact that it just started kind of made it seem like it was meant to be ... Whether it be the course material or the teachers, all of it made me glad I came here to pursue my education.” - Chase Lopez ‘19

Degree Options

Associate: Industrial Maintenance/Millwright Technology

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Credits:
67
Location:
Lewiston

Certificate: Industrial Maintenance/Millwright Technology

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Credits:
55
Location:
Lewiston

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