Future for ME

Get started on a promising career in precision machining upon your graduation from high school!

If you’re a high school student interested in math, mechanical drawing, and making things, the Future for ME program can get you started on a promising career path.

The Future for ME provides graduating high school seniors with a direct pathway to a college credential from York County Community College’s precision machining operations program.

Once accepted into YCCC’s program, Future for ME participants receive scholarship money to completely cover tuition for courses, fees, books, and required safety equipment for a one-year certificate in precision machining.

The program is generously supported by the Wildflower Fund.  Interested high school seniors should apply at yccc.edu.

For more information contact:

Ed Rogowski
Student Navigator (Precision Machine Operations, Future for ME Program)
York County Community College
(207) 216-4326