Did you know September is College Savings Month? Are you looking for a career that offers great pay and advancement opportunities? Are you a problem solver who enjoys mechanical and technical challenges?
Study Heating and Air Conditioning at Montgomery College! Learn about this and other short-term courses such as IT - as well as degree programs of study - all available at MC!
Stay cool and get a chance to enjoy pizza if you stay for the presentation at this event in the 3rd Floor Program Room!
Currently, starting HVAC salaries in Montgomery County average $47,463/year, with midpoint salaries averaging $66,608/year and experienced technicians averaging $94,180/year.
This high-demand field is projected to have more than 8,200 job openings during the next 10 years.
As an HVAC student in MC's industry-accredited and highly regarded program, you will receive:
• Hands-on technical instruction from experienced faculty, including a comprehensive mix of academic and technical training, laboratory-intensive coursework complemented by additional classroom studies
• Opportunities for immediate employment!
• Guidance from professionals working in the field
• Personalized support through MC’s Achieving the Promise Academy, including academic coaches and other resources like laptop loaners, student success workshops, and more
• Opportunities for scholarship assistance!
See montgomerycollege.edu/hvac for more information. To get a video preview of this dynamic and exciting career as an HVAC technician, visit youtube.com/watch?v=HiUfsU8ZzhE
Looking for more cool things to do at MCPL? Join us for our Special Event on Wednesday, October 18 from 6 PM - 7 PM, A Conversation About Identity, Culture, and Language in Montgomery County! Sign up now to speak as a panelist at this Special Event about your experiences living in Montgomery County! Teens - this is a great opportunity to earn SSL hours, looks wonderful on college applications and resumes, and is excellent for public speaking skills!
Looking for more sources of information about college and education in general? Check out our online Lifelong Learning resources.
Take a look at these resources for Teens using your library card. Don't have a card right now? No worries! Find out how to Get a Library Card.
Questions about this program? Contact Brigadier General Charles E. McGee Library at 240-773-9420.
People who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing should request English-language captioning or sign-language interpretation at least five days before the library-sponsored program they plan to attend. Contact the Assistant Facilities and Accessibility Program Manager at 240-777-0002 with all other accommodation requests.
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