ACC Cleanrooms Tour and Demostration
University of Texas at Austin, Microelectronics Research Center (MER) cleanroom tour and equipment demos for Austin Community College students.
Austin Community College students participate in Tesla-sponsored robotics program
Students at Austin Community College are getting a glimpse into the future thanks to a new robotics program sponsored by Tesla.
Want to work at Tesla? This might be the best way
It’s not all MBAs and Ph.D.s out there in tech: One Texas community college says a lot of companies are craving people who know how to work with their hands.
Austin feeling the pinch as semiconductor chip shortage drags on
Austin is home to some major chip manufacturers, but none around the world can catch up with the demand for semiconductor chips.
Increasing Possibilities: ACC Manufacturing student returns to the classroom to skill-up
For Austin Community College District (ACC) student Rebekah Tangney, training in manufacturing is the key to sharpening and widening her skillset to open new possibilities.
Designs for ‘robotics arena’ planned for Cedar Park revealed
Renderings for a Cedar Park-based robotics arena were released by Gensler, an architecture firm with an office in Austin.
Manufacturing jobs on the rise in Austin-area, college works to fill need for skilled workers
Manufacturing is a growing industry in Central Texas and the Austin Chamber of Commerce expects jobs to grow by 12% in the next eight years.
Skill-Up at ACC: Manufacturing Open House
The manufacturing industry employs thousands of people with a potential salary of $75,000 a year. Austin Community College and Austin Regional Manufacturing Association hosting a skill-up open house for people interested in joining the field.
Austin-area manufacturers battle tight job job market.
Local industry and educational leaders are working to develop more middle-skill workers for middle-wage jobs.
Samsung turns to local high schools to fill manufacturing jobs at its Austin plant.
Anthony Deary is an apprentice technician at Samsung and a student at ACC.
ACC College & Career Expo – Spanish Version – November 5, 2016
Written in Spanish, ACC promote high labor demand careers in Austin.
ACC STEM students selected to visit NASA in May
Five Austin Community College students will travel to NASA’s Johnson Space Center to participate in the NASA Community College Aerospace Scholars project (NCAS).
International student makes career out of West Texas oil fields
ACC alumni Sergio Chavez landed a new job as an electronics technician at C&J Energy Services, Inc.
KVUE News Video: “Nanoelectronics: Fastest Growing Industry”
Alberto Quinonez interviewed about Nanoelectronics job prospects.
Austin Energy’s Pat Alba’s Retirement Party:
Retirement party for Pat Alba, HR Director of Austin Energy
Samsung Apprenticeship Program:
Samsung is recruiting for five more students into their apprenticeship program.
ACC College Credit for Heroes Open House:
Austin Community College has partnered with the Texas Workforce Commission’s College Credit for Heroes initiative to award college credit, workforce certifications and workforce licenses for military experience.
Notification Memo of Electronics Department Program Expiration:
The Electronics & Advanced Technologies department will be terminating some of their programs.
U.S. Secretary of Transportation, Anthony Foxx, visited ACC:
All students are invited to visit Anthony Foxx.
Residents, Future Students Get Sneak Peek of New Elgin Campus:
The Elgin campus is opening.
Jason Shaw Shifts Gear, Becomes First Deaf Certified PV Installer:
Jason Shaw gets certified in NABCEP.
ACC Representatives Glimpse Tomorrow’s Technology at UT Center:
ACC Partners with campus2careers:
Superconductor Technologies to Relocate Corporate Headquarters to Austin, TX:
Technology company moving to Austin.
Ex-Serviceman Earns Associate Degree, Aims for Bachelor’s:
Student continue his educational goals.
ACC Students Discuss Renewable Energy with D.C. Visitor:
Representative from DC visits ACC.
Time Magazine and the Electronics Department:
Time Magazine writes an article about colleges.