Sno-Isle TECH Skills Center, located near Paine Field in Everett, is a cooperative effort of 14 local school districts. The purpose of skills centers like Sno-Isle Tech is to provide preparatory training, certification, and post-secondary credit to students, who can then choose to continue their education, go straight to work, or both.
In this program, you will use resources and tools provided by Boeing, our major partner in the Aerospace Manufacturing & Maintenance Technology program. Whether your focus is Aerospace Engineering, Manufacturing, Maintenance, or Commercial Pilot, you will learn the necessary skills and knowledge to make your transition into the industry with ease. You will learn about the theory of flight, aircraft engines, aircraft electrical and hydraulic systems, and structures through lectures, lab/workshop, field trips, and assignments.
Kareen Morales Vincent
Phone: (425) 348-2245
Students gain the knowledge, positive attitude and employment skills to be successful in the automotive industry. Opportunities to connect with professionals in the field, as well as resources for continuing education after high school are also provided.
Phone: (425) 348-2243
In our ASE Education Foundation-Accredited (www.aseeducationfoundation.org) Auto Tech program, students can learn how to repair actual vehicles using Maintenance and Light Repair (MLR) ASE tasks and guidelines.
Richie del Puerto
Phone: (425) 348-2239
The mission of the Construction Trades program at Sno-Isle Tech Skills Center is to prepare students to gain employment, apprenticeship, and/or acceptance to post-secondary education in the field of Construction Trades. Meanwhile, develop contributing members of our community and life-long learners who are ready to adapt to an ever-changing workforce and global marketplace.
Phone: (425) 348-2244
The Diesel Power Technology program is designed to prepare students for an entry-level position working with Diesel-powered trucks, equipment, boats, and generators. Many of our students also choose to continue their education after Sno-Isle TECH at Universal Technical Institute (UTI) and local community colleges that offer Diesel Power Technology courses.
Phone: (425) 348-2237
Advanced Manufacturing prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills in all aspects of shaping metal parts.
Instruction involves making computations relating to work dimensions, tooling and feeds, and speeds of machining. Emphasis is placed upon bench work and the operation of lathes, power saws, milling machines, grinders, drills, and computer-operated equipment (CNC). Instruction also includes the use of precision measuring instruments such as layout tools, micrometers, and gauges; methods of machining and heat treatment of various metals; blueprint reading; and the layout of machine parts. Instruction prepares students to operate all types of hand and computer-controlled machines.
Phone: (425) 348-2236
The Welding and Metal Fabrication class is an industry-based shop environment designed for the student who would like to receive a general metal working background as a foundation for continuing education or a trade-vocational career. Welding, fabrication, and safety are taught with a blend of lectures, assignments, and hands-on competencies that maintain the student’s interest and foster a deeper appreciation of the trade.
Phone: (425) 348-2235