Due to COVID-19, the Advanced Technology office will be closed in bldg. 15 room 201. Staff will be working remotely and responding to emails and phone messages on a regular basis. Please monitor the COVID-19 information page for all updates.
Advanced Technology Contacts:
- Program Academic Advising: email@example.com
- Current Student Questions: Tracy Rea, Program Coordinator / Email: ReaT@lanecc.edu / Phone: 541-463-5151
- Apprenticeship Questions: Joy Crump, Administrative Specialist / Email: CrumpJ@lanecc.edu / Phone: (541) 463-5496
- Community Outreach & Operations: Amy Burbee, Project Coordinator / Email: BurbeeA@lanecc.edu / Phone: 541-463-5379
- Lynn Nakamura, Division Dean / Email: NakamuraL@lanecc.edu / Phone: 541-463-5742
LaneAlert is an emergency notification service from Lane Community College to quickly inform students and employees about weather closures, delays or emergencies at Lane. LaneAlert messages are sent by text and sometimes email. Be sure your LaneAlert information is current in your myLane accounts! Also, check your Lane student email accounts for all college communications.
Preparing individuals for the rapidly changing demands of "high tech" industries
Advanced Technology provides cutting edge technical training to prepare you for a professional trades career. Every AT program works with LaneCC Cooperative Education to offer you hands on experience in a relevant industry, business or government agency.
You will also earn one of the following degrees or certificates:
- 2 year Assoc. of Applied Science Degree
- 2 year Certificate of Completion
- 1 year Certificate of Completion
- Career Pathways Certificate
Every Advanced Technology program offers "hands on" experience in business, industry and government agencies through Cooperative Education. Two-year associate of applied science degrees and/or two-year certificates of completion, and/or one-year certificates of completion are offered in these programs.
Apprentices learn the aspects of a highly skilled profession through on-the-job training and related classroom instruction, while being sponsored by individual employers. There's a wide range of occupations available, from carpenter to electrician. Apprenticeships usually last 2 to 4 years with a minimum of 144 hours of related training required per year for most trades.
Benefits of Apprenticeship:
- Paid employment during training with progressive wage increases
- Opportunity to learn skills needed by employers throughout the industry
- A more secure career and the ability to adapt to new job requirements
- Credit towards an AAS degree or Certificate for completion of an apprenticeship program