Careers You Support
Whether you are a Cape Cod employer or a resident, Cape Tech students are learning skills that will sustain Cape Cod's year-round workforce.
Auto collision is a four year program that educates and trains students for career paths and further education opportunities in the trade.
Automotive Technology is a comprehensive NATEF master certified secondary program that prepares graduates for entry level placement in the automotive industry or any one of many manufacturer- sponsored two-year college programs.
The Carpentry Program is designed to prepare students to be employable at entry level jobs in house and mill carpentry.
In the Cosmetology Program, students pursue the art and science of beauty care. Students develop the ability to create and design using hair, skin and nails as their creative medium.
Culinary Arts students participate in all aspects of food preparation and service in the areas of contemporary American cuisine with classical influences, baking and pastry arts, as well as table service and dining room management.
Students in the Dental Assisting Program complete training in dental and health sciences, radiology, medical emergencies, and dental specialties, as well as hands-on training in the Ellen Jones Dental Clinic.
Design & Visual Communications
Our teachers function as art directors with our students working as designers.
The electrical program provides students with a broad range of experiences covering many new and existing technologies in power, communication, energy conservation, audio/video, security, fire safety, and lighting.
The Engineering program was launched in September of 2012 to help address the high demand for engineering technicians in our society.
Students in Health Technologies are introduced to a broad range of healthcare and allied healthcare careers.
Students in Horticulture experience every facet of the green industry. Landscape Construction, Arboriculture, Turf Management, Floral Design, Greenhouse Management, Equipment Operations/ Service & Repairs, Air Cooled Small Engine Technology, Fruit and Vegetable Production, Agriscience and Irrigation Technology.
The HVAC Program provides students with the skills necessary to work on residential and commercial air conditioning, refrigeration and heating units.
Students in Marine Services develop the skills necessary to repair and maintain oceangoing pleasure crafts.
Students in the Plumbing and Heating program prepare for careers involving the provision of safe water supply to buildings, distribution of potable water to various plumbing fixtures, as well as the removal of wastewater and waterborne materials.