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Building on the Past and Into the Future

Welcome to United Technologies Center (UTC), one of Maine's largest Career and Technical high schools in the Bangor Region. Explore your path to a promising future with our diverse 20+ Career and Technical Education programs.

  • Program Flexibility: Eligible high school students can enroll in one or two-year programs, attending morning or afternoon sessions. Maintain connections with your local high school while immersing yourself in enriching programs at UTC.

  • Community Support: UTC is supported by 39 local communities in the Bangor Region, ensuring it remains a premier Career and Technical High School.

  • Inclusive Environment: Students from various local high schools and private institutions, as well as homeschooled students, find a welcoming and supportive community at UTC.

Step into UTC, where your ambitions take center stage. Let's shape your path to success together!

Programs

"Innovate. Inspire. Impact."
Electric Vehicle
Electric Vehicle Technology

Discover the future of transportation with our Electric Vehicle Training! Uncover EV technology, maintenance, and more. Click for the full program details.

Educator Prep
Educator Prep

Empower your journey to becoming an educator with our Educator Prep program! Get equipped with essential skills and strategies. Click for program details.

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CTE Exploratory

Embark on a career exploration journey with CTE Exploratory! Discover various career paths, hands-on skills, & industry insights. Click for program details and ignite your future.

Small Engines
Small Engines & Outdoor Power

Get hands-on with Small Engines & Outdoor Power! Unleash your potential, master mechanics, and dive into an exciting adventure. Click for details.

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Autobody & Collision Repair

Join our program and master vehicle restoration, airbrushing, and metalworking. Gain industry certifications, showcase your creativity, and become part of a skilled community.


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Automotive Technology

Specialized automotive skill development program. Hands-on training in safety, brakes, and workshops. Earn industry certifications. Propel your career in the fast lane.

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Business Leadership

Achieve your goals with a comprehensive program in communication, marketing, leadership, and finance. Project-based learning cultivates leadership and decision-making skills.

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Carpentry

Build a successful career in construction with comprehensive education. Master building fundamentals and fine woodworking. Open doors to a world where craftsmanship is valued.

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Construction Operations

Master essential construction skills, explore specializations, and earn certifications like OSHA 10. This program paves the way for a versatile and rewarding construction career.

culinary
Culinary Arts & Hospitality

Master diverse culinary skills, gain real-world experience in restaurant settings, earn industry certifications like ServSafe. Start a rewarding career in culinary and hospitality.

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Digital Arts & Software

Unleash your creativity in graphic design, animation, and software development. Hands-on projects let you apply skills in real-world scenarios. to design your future.

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Diesel mechanics

Gain knowledge in engines, safety, brakes, hydraulics, and electronics. Learn to diagnose and repair heavy equipment, earning valuable certifications for a rewarding career.

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Electrical

Master residential and commercial wiring methods, earn certifications like the Maine Electrical Helpers License and OSHA 10, to prepare for a journeyman license.

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Emergency Medical Services

Comprehensive EMS education with practical experience and scenario-based training. Develop critical skills for emergency medical care, emphasizing teamwork.

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Health Occupations

Get comprehensive medical training in CNA skills, EKG, phlebotomy, and real-world clinical settings. Follow a clear pathway to a rewarding nursing career.

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Law Enforcement

Get diverse law enforcement education: patrol, investigations, and crime scene techniques. Gain practical experience, teamwork, and critical skills.

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Medical Assisting

Master medical office procedures, clinical skills, CPR/First Aid. Apply skills in clinical settings via externships—a clear pathway to a rewarding healthcare career in high demand.

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Natural Resources & Outdoor Recreation

Develop diverse outdoor skills: tree climbing, forestry, plant ID, outdoor recreation. Practical training in plant cultivation & natural resource activities.

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Small Engines & Outdoor Power

Develop diagnostic & troubleshooting skills for outdoor motorsport equipment. Acquire strong customer service & teamwork skills. Earn certifications & boost employability.

Plumbing
Plumbing & Heating

Prepare for the Maine State Journeyman Exam in Plumbing & Heating. Gain hands-on experience, ensuring industry readiness. A clear pathway to a rewarding career

pre eng
Pre Engineering

Gain advanced manufacturing knowledge through hands-on learning. Develop critical thinking & problem-solving skills for success in college-level disciplines.

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Video & Audio Production

Immerse in professional media production. Gain hands-on experience with industry-standard equipment for a creative career in storytelling and visual communication.

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Welding

Join a comprehensive welding program, gain expertise in various techniques, earn certifications, and enhance employability. Celebrate creativity and precision in a safe setting.

Spotlight

Student of Quarter 3 for Law Enforcement: Kallie Bartley, 11th grade at Hermon High School.
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Student of Quarter 3 for Medical Assisting II: Brooke Potter, 12th grade at Hermon High School.
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Student of Quarter 3 for Plumbing & Heating: Samuel Curtis, 11th grade at Hermon High School.
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Student of Quarter 3 for Building Construction & Fine Woodworking: Dominic Tower, 12th grade at Brewer High School.
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Student of Quarter 3 for Diesel Mechanics: Jayden Tracy, 12th grade at Hermon High School.
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Student of Quarter 3 for Business Leadership: Ben Butterfield, 12th grade at Brewer High School.
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Student of Quarter 3 for Natural Resources & Outdoor Recreation: Eowyn Avery, 12th grade at Bangor High School.
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Student of Quarter 3 for Digital Arts & Software: Brody Hubbard, 11th grade at Brewer High School.
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Student of Quarter 3 for Certified Nursing Assistant: Sadie Obenauer, 12th grade at Orono High School.
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Student of Quarter 3 for Insurance Producer: Lucas Woods, 12th grade at Hampden Academy.
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Student of Quarter 3 for Culinary Arts and Hospitality: Peter Harrington, 12th grade at Old Town High School.
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Student of Quarter 3 for Medical Assisting I: Amelia Albert, 11th grade at Old Town High School.
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Student of Quarter 3 for Video & Audio Production: Hannah Rogers, 12th grade at Central High School.
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Student of Quarter 3 for Automotive Technology: Accalia Peterson, 12th grade at Bangor High School.
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Student of Quarter 3 for Welding & Fabrication: Liam Bird, 12th grade at Hermon High School.
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Student of Quarter 3 for Autobody & Collision Repair: Brycen Moores, 11th grade at Hampden Academy.
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Student of Quarter 3 for Pre-Engineering: Ethan Riley, 11th grade at Orono High School.
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Student of Quarter 3 for Construction Engineering Technology: Tanner McMoarn, 11th grade at Hermon High School.
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Student of Quarter 3 for Small Engines and Outdoor Power Equipment: Silas Pepin, 11th grade at John Bapst Memorial High School.
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Student of Quarter 3 for Emergency Medical Services: Ferris Bard, 11th grade at Maine Virtual Academy .
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Student of Quarter 3 for Electrical Connectivity: Matthew Brawn, 12th grade at Old Town High School.
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