While working alongside industry professionals, curious problem-solving students in the Aerospace Pathway will be prepared for success after high school. Earning industry-recognized certifications from companies such as SolidWorks, Fusion360, Haas, Snap-on, Stratasys, and the National Institute of Metalworking Skills (NIMS), students will be prepared for technician-level employment after graduation. For students pursuing higher education, Aerospace courses will provide learning experiences that will offer a competitive advantage when applying for admission into engineering or advanced manufacturing programs. Come learn about electronics, launch rockets, produce a part on a CNC Mill, or design a product to help make future human habitation in space possible while studying Aerospace at the EPIC campus in Littleton Public Schools.

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Dan Steepleton
Pathway Lead

KatieRae Williamson
Adjunct Faculty