Vocational Programs

Start a New Career in IT!

Per Scholas IT Support training offers CompTIA A+ certification and prepares you to fill a wide range of entry-level technology jobs including Help Desk Analyst, Desktop Support Technician, Field Technician, Junior Project Manager and many more. This training is free for participants.

Click below for more information on how to apply.

Considering a career in truck driving? Are you highly motivated? Do you have a solid work ethic? Are you willing to learn?

This opportunity is extraordinary! The Alaska Teamsters are accepting applications for their Construction Truck Driver Apprenticeship program! The deadline is May 19th, so visit their website for all of the information you need to apply!


Fight fires this summer! Take your red card class at UAF Interior Alaska Campus. The class runs from 8:30 a.m.-5:30p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays, May 7-22 at UAF Harper Building located at 4280 Geist Rd in Fairbanks. The cost is $150. For more information come by and see Josh or call 474-5958 or see Nick or call him at 474-2765. Visit www.uaf.edu/iac.12513662_1099005846809893_984345315646938056_o

Click HERE to view AVTEC’s February 2016 e-Newsletter.

Click here to view AVTEC’s October 2015 e-Newsletter.

Meet Northern Industrial Training Outreach Coordinators (Patrick Rose and Chris Chappel), or stop by and listen to a presentation from NIT’s dynamic and highly entertaining Kevin Worrell, CSP!

Click HERE for a schedule of presentations.

One of the oldest multicultural construction firms in the United States with Native American roots is looking nationwide for some of the best and brightest Americans Indian students interested in the construction industry and putting dollars toward that search.

Flintco, LLC, is giving the American Indian Graduate Center (AIGC) $5,000 for scholarships for an undergraduate or vocational student in the construction field. This is the first time that Flintco is partnering with AIGC, a national nonprofit that awards scholarships to Native American undergraduate and graduate college students.

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