Put the power of an Ivy Tech Community College education to work for you

Whether you're just starting your education or looking for a new opportunity, a degree from Ivy Tech gives you the power to change your life. Indiana's energy industry is thriving and workers are needed today in fields like Electric Line Technology, Natural Gas Technology, and Power Plant Technology. Qualified applicants for these positions earn as much as $56,000 annually*.

ENERGY INDUSTRY CAREER PROGRAM AT IVY TECH

Energy Technology Associate of Applied Science degree with emphasis in:**
Electric Line Technology
Natural Gas Technology
Power Plant Technology

Energy Technology Technical Certificate with emphasis in:
Electric Line Technology
Natural Gas Technology
Power Plant Technology

In as little as one year, Ivy Tech Community College can get you started on a career that will energize your future.

  • Credits earned in other Industrial Technology programs at Ivy Tech may be applied towards an energy technical certificate or associate of applied science degree
  • Take courses towards a technical certificate and return for additional levels in the same area of emphasis or transfer those credits towards an associate of applied science

FINANCIAL AID
Although March 10 is the cut-off for state financial aid, other forms of financial aid may be available.

     
Currently offered at the following locations:  

Columbus
Rhonda Frische                or
812-374-5237

Kim Haza
812-374-5190
   
Evansville
Mike Niehaus
812-429-1481
Fort Wayne
John Mason
260-482-9171
   
Gary, East Chicago, Valparaiso, Michigan City
Michael R Jones              or
219-476-4700
Thomas E. Box
219-981-1111
   
Indianapolis
Bill Flanigan                           or
317-921-4553

Mike DeBourbon
317-921-4578
   
Kokomo
Nadine Newsom
765-459-0561
Madison
George Tackett
812-265-2580
   
Richmond
Jim Stokes
765-966-2656
 
   
 

*Estimated annual earnings for Power Plant Operators based on data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
**Associate degrees in these fields are not transferable to a four year degree.