Who We Serve
What We Do
Provide a clear path to a highly valuable career in electronics.
The demand for certified electronics technicians continues to grow across companies and industries. Today, the electronics manufacturing sector helps support over 5 million U.S. jobs, and in 2017, electronics repairers were the highest paying postsecondary nondegree occupations in the country.
A Critical Industry
From what we use, ride in, and even live in, electronics are everywhere. This includes environments where proper manufacturing, repair, and maintenance practices can be a matter of life or death. The electronics industry is in its infancy, so we’ve just scratched the surface of what electronics and machinery can do when combined. That’s why our electronics technician school graduates come away prepared to handle both what’s now, and what’s next.
Go Almost Anywhere
Careers in electromechanics exist across countless industries, from avionics and automobiles, to oil, amusement parks, conveyor systems, gaming equipment and more.
Program Speed and Flexibility
STRAC electronics technician school students are on track to a sustainable career in a fraction of the time it takes at traditional institutions.
ROOTS IN THE MILITARY
Our electronics certification program stems from a veteran’s desire to create opportunities that would allow him and his fellow veterans to continue serving their country.
STRAC differs from other electronics programs that focus exclusively on either manufacturing or technician skills. Our students learn to master both.
Superior Caliber Graduates
Other electronics technician schools only prepare graduates for entry-level positions. STRAC graduates are prepared for entry and mid-level positions.
Our community of instructors and Career Advocates focus on enabling students with lifetime job placements and electronics certification renewals.
Learn more about why STRAC is the clear choice for a direct path to a highly valuable career in the electronics industry.
Curriculum Developed Based on Our Own Industry Experience, and That of the Employers Who Hire Our Graduates
Lab and classroom training for 40 hrs/week to gain hands-on experience while earning industry certifications
Our graduates are currently employed at over 170+ companies nationwide
Now Accepting Post-9/11 GI Bill® (Chapter 33) Benefits and Chapter 31 benefits for Service-Disabled Veterans
STRAC Institute is now approved to accept Post-9/11 GI Bill® (Chapter 33) benefits in Ft. Bragg, North Carolina and Providence, Rhode Island. We are also approved to accept Chapter 31 benefits for service-disabled veterans in North Carolina, Rhode Island, and Florida.
We Get Results
Our graduates get rewarding careers and employers get skilled, work-ready employees. We have paired our graduates with over 170+ different companies across the country.
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Number of companies who have hired our graduates
Number of graduates since our inception in 2009
Need Help Paying for Tuition?
STRAC Institute has financing options available through third-party providers.
- Pay in full – make an initial deposit, then pay the remainder of your tuition before class begins.
- Student loans* – We have partnered with Meritize to provide our students with financing options to fund your education.
Check your loan options in minutes without impacting your credit score at https://apply.meritize.com
Terms and Conditions apply. Meritize branded loan products are educational loans issued by Blue Ridge Bank (“Bank”), National Association, Member FDIC. The Bank and Meritize reserve the right to modify or discontinue products and benefits at any time without notice. To qualify, a borrower must be a U.S. citizen, permanent resident, or hold a valid work authorization document, and meet the Bank’s underwriting requirements. If approved for a loan, the actual loan amount, term, payment, and APR amount of the loan that a customer qualifies for may vary based on credit determination, state law, and other factors.