Barco — College of The Albemarle’s (COA) 2019 Computer Integrated Machining graduates are preparing themselves for the region’s workforce. The students, who will complete the program in July, have all secured jobs with area employers. The Machining program at COA teaches students the theory and safe use of hand tools, power machinery, computerized equipment and sophisticated precision inspection instruments.
COA offers a variety of programs that can take you from college to career, acquiring the skills necessary to be employed in today’s industries while earning a diploma or certificate in a year or less. To see the list of programs and classes offered, visit our programs of study page.
Pictured (left to right): COA students Jack Price, Hockmeyer Equipment Corporation; Jesse Todd, Active Duty Coast Guard; David Whitley, Hockmeyer Equipment Corporation; Logan Wooten, CIRS, Inc.; Liam Kilroy, Sumitomo Drive Technologies; David Chambers, Instructor/Program Coordinator, Computer Integrated Machining