Invite a friend
Minuteman Technical Institute Open House
MINUTEMAN TECHNICAL INSTITUTE’S
SPRING OPEN HOUSE DATES
LEARN MORE, LIVE BETTER!
Minuteman Technical Institute will be hosting several Open Houses this Spring for interested students to learn about post-graduate programs and the application process. The Open Houses will be taking place on Tuesday, March 12th, Monday, April 22nd, Tuesday, May 14th, and Monday, June 3rd at 7:00 pm.
MTI provides students with the required qualifications to confidently seek out and successfully compete for desirable roles in diverse high-growth industries. Adults may apply to the MTI programs to hone their skills in a technical area, retrain for new employment, or learn new technical skills. MTI rapidly equips students with the knowledge, self-confidence, and industry certifications to enhance their existing career or begin a new one.
At MTI, students learn more, faster; train with experts; and receive the attention they deserve.
Most of the MTI’s post-graduate programs follow the school calendar and are held from September - June, during the school day. MTI offers interest-free payment plans for all of its programs.
Accepting applications for September 2013 in: Advanced Automotive Technology, Biomanufacturing, Building Construction Technology (Carpentry), Clinical Medical Assistant, Cosmetology, Culinary Arts / Baking, Dental Assisting, EKG Technician, Electrical Wiring, Heating/Ventilation/Air Conditioning/Refrigeration, Horticulture and Landscape Technology, Hospitality Management, Medical Billing & Coding, Pharmacy Technician, Phlebotomy Technician, and Plumbing.
For more information and to RSVP, go to www.minutemanti.org or call 781.861.7151. Open Houses will be held at Minuteman Technical Institute, 758 Marrett Road, Lexington, MA.
More About Minuteman High School
Minuteman High School is a four-year regional high school. The school offers career clusters in agriculture and transportation, bio-science, business and information technology, human and consumer services and trade and engineering. Students spend their freshman year exploring career areas, then pick a technical major to study for the following three years. Course requirements also include four years of English, math, science, social studies, health and physical education and electives.