Below is a list of items Northwest Tech’s Admissions Team will need prior to your acceptance into the Engineering & Drafting Technology program.
A Northwest Tech Application Completed and Submitted
High School or GED Transcript Submitted
(If Applicable) College Transcript Submitted
ACT or AccuPlacer Scores Submitted (AccuPlacer Testing can be scheduled on-site at the Northwest Tech campus)
Required items can be submitted in person at the Northwest Tech campus, via postal mail addressed to: Northwest Tech Admissions, 1209 Harrison, Goodland, KS, or through email communications with email@example.com.
Over the past decade, students graduating from Northwest Tech’s Engineering and Drafting Technology program have had 100% job opportunity each year. This means that there has been job opportunities (most time multiple opportunities) for each student upon completion of the program.
Within the last couple of years, students have been placed at the following companies after graduation:
Aztec Consultants, Denver CO
Atwell, Denver CO
Driggs Design Group, Hays KS
BHC Rhodes, Kansas City KS
Kiewit, Denver CO
Cashco, Ellsworth KS
The most recent average starting salary for graduates was $50,000 per year. The advisory committee for the program has set the expected salary range for graduates of this program to $38,000 to $50,000 per year.
The graduates of the program are highly sought after in the industry and are being hired as CAD Technicians, Designers, Survey Technicians, Construction Inspectors, etc.
Here is what one company has to say about the program and the graduates:
“Here at HNTB we have been hiring engineering technology students from Northwest Kansas Technical College from the very first class in 1966. We have hired countless graduates from this school. The students from this school have the necessary skills to become productive right away. They learn good work ethics, and are ready to enter the workforce. We have been very pleased with the quality of this school and look forward to hiring these graduates in the future.”
– Wayne Gregory, HNTB