BOONEVILLE, Miss. (WTVA) – Civil Engineering Technology students at Northeast Mississippi Community College (NEMCC) are learning the skills needed to build and maintain the infrastructure we use daily.
Landon Woodruff is a graduate of the program, who said his curiosity led him to this career.
“It wasn’t until I was about to come to Northeast that I found out about this program," he said. "I’ve always been interested in how roads and bridges were made. I also saw the amount of opportunities available and decided to go for it."
Post-graduation, he found many opportunities to work in his field.
Instructor Stewart Moore said the civil engineering technology program has a high job placement rate, and many of his students have traveled across the country.
This program focuses on familiarizing students with the types of technology they will use in the field such as a total station, GPS unit, and drone.
If you’re interested in finding out more about the civil technology program and more, visit this website.
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