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Wind turbine technician — windtechs — is supposed to be one of the hottest jobs over the next decade, with growth in jobs and pay. Here, Gibson shows one of the electronics projects that students complete as part of the program. When Mendota resident Nick Schaefer made the decision to go back to school after working in the hospitality industry and then as a nurse, it was not a decision to make lightly. He is married with children, and it meant leaving his nursing job, working nights at a hotel desk and going back to school for two semesters. He decided to sign up for the wind turbine technician – windtech – program at Illinois Valley Community College. But as the spring semester wound down, and students began signing up for fall courses, Schaefer learned that only two people had signed up for the program, and he was one of them. Which was far less than the number necessary to run the course, he said a guidance counselor told him. “She said if there’s not a minimum of eight, then they probably won’t run the program,” Schaeffer said. The Bureau of Labor Statistics says that wind turbine technician is supposed the be the hottest job right now, with big earnings projects and big growth. Indeed, IVCC students in the program are often working before they finish.
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