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    Electronic Fabrication

Electronic Fabrication Apprenticeship Program

Plan, lay out, fabricate, modify, troubleshoot, repair, test, calibrate, and inspect a wide range of electronic and electro-mechanical equipment utilizing sound engineering principles in a research and development, and/or complex production environment.

$66,130

Average Salary in New Mexico based on the Occupational Information Network (O*Net).

Who Can Be an Electronic Fabricator?

Associates of Applied Science (AAS) Degrees as provided by Central New Mexico Community College (CNM) or equivalent with an overall cumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater. Degrees could be in the following degree concentration:

  • Electronics Technology or Electronic Engineering Technology
  • Other science-based degrees or equivalent credentials may be considered by the hiring manager as an alternate requisite

Program Sponsor

Sandia National Labs Apprenticeship Program
1515 Eubank Blvd. SE
Albuquerque, NM 87123
www.sandia.gov/careers
amttp@sandia.gov

Jason Garcia
505-844-5271

Kareem Saint-Lot
(505) 845-7511

To obtain general information about registered apprenticeship, please fill out the form below and a representative from the State Apprenticeship Office will contact you by email.

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