Career and Technical Education Division
Industrial Technology courses provide an important link between educational theory and hands-on application. The Industrial Technology curriculum allows the student to explore different career opportunities, experience real-life problem solving situations, and realize the connection between the core subject area curriculum and how it can be applied to a variety of careers.
L to R: Mr. Stolz, Mr. Ross, Mr. Calenberg, Mr. Robak
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Special Programs Application Timeline and Information for 2017-2018 School Year
Please review the information below and submit all appropriate applications by the deadlines indicated. Students wishing to receive priority consideration for a parking spot due to enrollment in these programs should also submit the parking application by the date indicated below. Please note: If a student is NOT accepted into Career Internship, Invitation to Teach or Med Careers their parking application will go into the general lottery.
Junior Registration Meetings January 31 - February 3, 2017
Students should discuss their desire to enroll in one of the courses listed below with their counselor during their registration meeting.
This does not guarantee enrollment in the course. Students must also submit the appropriate application by the deadline. The applications give further information about candidate selection and when students will be notified if they have been accepted into the course.
Parking Application Due: 1/27/2017 to Mr. McGuire in room C123
Parking Application (for both programs)
Career Internship Application Due: 2/24/2017 (completed online)
Students applying for Career Internship should complete this ONLINE APPLICATION by 2/24/2017.
SkillsUSA State 2016
Left to right: Stephanie Cui, Kory Kubycheck, Paige McIntyre, Jordan Wojciechowski, Nathan Tufte, Bob Dirmish, Luke Brush, Mike Mancini, Jake Wendell, Jonathan Tanner, Garret Campbell, John Chlystek, Nick Berger, Danny Mandrella, Noah Neidigh, Sabin Gianelloni, Noah Krauter, Ben Norgle, Mike Falco, Tim Evely, Jeremy Olson, Mike Mancini, Antonio Larocchia.
Congratulations SkillsUSA students!
Congratulations to the following Industrial Technology students who came in 1st, 2nd, or 3rd in their respective competitions at the state SkillsUSA meet held in Springfield, IL April 21-23.
Auto Service Technology....3rd - Jeremy Olson
Screen Printing Technology....2nd - Jake Wendell
Collision Repair Technology.....1st - Mike Falco
Principles of Technical Engineering...1st - Paige McIntyre
Technical Drafting CAD...1st - Jack Chlystek, 2nd - Abby Gundrum, 3rd - Stephanie Cui
All three 1st place winners move on to nationals in Louisville, KY in June.
Congratulations Skills USA National Competitors
YHS Industrial Technology students took 6th in Collision Repair Technology, 10th in the Principles of Technology competition and 25th in the Tech Drafting CAD competitions held at this years SkillsUSA National Leadership Conference.
The 52nd annual National Leadership and Skills Conference conference took place in Louisville, KY, on June 22-26, 2016. Over 16,000 students, teachers, and business partners attended this week long convention to showcase and celebrate the skills of Career and Technical Education students across the US.
2016 State SkillsUSA Slideshow
Congratulations SkillsUSA students!
This past February 17-20, 84 York Industrial Technology students took the SkillsUSA State Qualification Test for their particular content area. Across the State of Illinois, over 1700 students took qualification tests. Of those 1700 students statewide, 27 York students qualified to compete at the State SkillsUSA Conference and Skills Competition, in Springfield Illinois this April 21-23, 2016. It is of particular note that we qualified students in every contest we took a written test for! Congratulations go to the following students and the teachers in the Industrial Technology Department!
State SkillsUSA Competition Qualification Results:
Danny Mendralla, Jordan Wojciechowski, Abby Brigman, Kory Kubycheck, Dylan Salek
Principles of Technology:
Garrett Campbell, Paige McIntyre
Antonio Larocchia, Mike Falco
Power Equipment Technology:
Mike Mancini, Noah Krauter, Luke Brush, Sam Field
Screen Printing Technology:
Jake Wendell, Matthew Shepard, Jonathan Tanner
Technical Drafting CAD:
Stephanie Cui, Noah Neidigh, Ben Norgle, Abigail Gundrum, John Chlystek, Sabin Gianelloni, Nick Berger
Tim Evely, Nathan Tufte
Auto Service Tech
And a special congratulations also goes to the three York students who placed 1st on their respective tests!
Stephanie Ciu 1st place: Technical Drafting
Antonio Laroccia 1st place: Collision Repair Technology
Jake Wendell 1st place: Screen Printing Technology
Autos students attend Student Career Expo
Students from the York Automotive program recently attended the I-CAR student career expo. The event which was hosted by the Collision Repair Education Foundation and aimed to expose students to new technology and career opportunities within the collision and repair industry.
For more information please watch this video (CLICK FOR VIDEO) or contact the program instructor Ron Robak.