Bryce Brazee (above) is a Rochelle Township High School senior. Every afternoon he is a welding
student in Keith Nelson’s class at KEC. Nelson shot this photo as Bryce perfected a T-joint weld.
ROCHELLE — Rochelle Township High School sophomores and juniors are advised to check out the offerings at KEC and consider them for the fall semester.
As a Kishwaukee College/KEC partner, RTHS students are offered occupational dual credit courses; courses that get students started on a career or technical pathway. After completion of a two-year Associate in Applied Science degree, many KEC students are ready to enter the workforce with an industry credential in their field of study.
KEC offers 19 options: Agriculture, Automotive Tech, Aviation/Flight, Barbering, Business/Marketing Management, Collision Repair, Computer Information Systems, Construction Trades, Cosmetology, Criminal Justice, Culinary, Diesel Power, Early Childhood, Electronics, Emergency Medical Technician Basic, Esthetics, Firefighting, Mass Communications, Medical Terminology, Senior Business Leadership Academy, Sports Medicine and Welding.
More information is available at http://kecprograms.com/