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Electronics Club

Are you interested in gaining hands on experience in electronics?  You should join the Gateway Electronics Club.  The club is a great networking opportunity for students in Electronics Technician or Electrical Engineering Technology but is open to any interested students.  The Electronics Club actively partners with the International Electronics Technicians' Association (ETA-I) as well as, being active on a campus and in the community.

The club hosts several "repair nights" throughout the year allowing people to bring in electronics in need of repair and allowing students to gain hands on repair experience. The club also sponsors the Katy Ganaway Scholarship each year.

In addition to being actively involved in community service the club also promotes professional development including an annual trip to the Milwaukee School of Engineering and affiliation with the International Electronics Technicians' Association. ETA-I provides students with internationally recognized training and certification opportunities.  The Electronics Club is a great way to gain hands on training and experience while building relationships with fellow students and faculty.

Join in on the fun.....

Club Meetings:

The Electronics Club holds monthly membership meetings at iMET. Contact club leadership for more information.