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High School CNC Boot Camp

The High School CNC Machine Tool Operator Boot Camp is the first step toward a career as a CNC computer programmer, plant manager, laser cutting machine operator, robotics machine operator or machine maintenance technician. These experts program and run accurate, computer-controlled tools to mill, shape and grind metal into precise shapes.

This program is being offered to students who are at least 17 years old and are enrolled in their senior year of high school during the 2015-2016 school year.

Next session begins July 13, 2015!

  • Summer session: Monday-Friday 7:30-11:45 am
  • School year session: Attend your high school in the morning. Attend the boot camp in the afternoons, Monday-Friday 12:15 - 4:30 pm* *Ending time estimated, TBD.

Classes are held at Gateway’s SC Johnson iMET Center located at 2320 Renaissance Blvd. in Sturtevant.
*Transportation is not provided.

*NEW* Classes to also be offered on the Elkhorn Campus

Information sessions will be held on March 11 & March 25 at 5:30pm at the Gateway Technical College Elkhorn Campus in the South Building 400 County Road H, Elkhorn, WI 53121​


Interested in participating? Please contact one of the following Workforce Development or Job Center representatives in your county to identify if you qualify and to be put on a wait list:

Kenosha: Chris Isaacson
cisaacson@bgckenosha.org
262-653-7342

Racine: Todd Nienhaus
Todd.Nienhaus@goracine.org
262-638-6541

Walworth: Marci Hayden-Barr
mbarr@dwfs.us
262-741-5263


This boot camp is operated in partnership with the Racine County Workforce Development Center and through a generous contributions from SC Johnson & Sons, A Family Company and The United Way of Racine County.