Program Overview and Curriculum
The Steelworker for the Future program empowers you in two ways: it pays you to earn a degree, and it makes you employable upon graduation.
- High school diploma (or equivalent)
- Pass college entrance exam or Performance Assessment Network evaluation.
- Four semesters of full-time classroom training
- Up to 16 weeks of on-site training at ArcelorMittal
- Apply what you learn in class and earn credit toward your degree
- Receive mentoring opportunities
- Earn wages to pay for your tuition
- Receive an Associate of Technical Study Degree with an option in Electrical Technology or Mechanical Technology
- Gain the knowledge and practical experience you need to shape your own future
- Upon graduation, you could start at ArcelorMittal earring nearly $20 per hour with attractive vacation time, medical benefits, a 401(k) plan and profit sharing.
The Steelworker for the Future program offers two options to choose from with the same ability to earn an Associate of Technical Study Degree. Students may be eligible for paid internships at ArcelorMittal after completing their first and third semesters of each program.
Associate of Technical Study Degree:
- Steelworker Electrical Technology Option
- 65 total credits
- Steelworker Mechanical Technology Option
- 66 total credits