Nashville State Clarksville Campus to Hold Info Session on Entry into Lucrative Industry


Nashville State Community College’s Clarksville campus is hosting an informational session about Industrial Process Control Technology and built-in career pathways on Thursday, June 23, 5-7 p.m. The campus is located at 1760 Wilma Rudolph Blvd.

The program allows students to work as part of a team that plans, analyzes, and controls the creation of products in industries such as chemical, power generation, refineries, food and beverage, pharmaceutical, and advanced manufacturing.

“With Clarksville and Montgomery County’s fast-paced growth, Nashville State Community College is working to make sure we continue expanding program offerings in career fields that match local needs,” said Kathleen Akers, Nashville State’s Clarksville campus director. “Earning credentials will increase a paycheck and create a career pathway. We hope those interested in learning more come to the June 23 session.”

Nashville State Clarksville campus offers a 2-year degree and certificates that can be earned in a year.

While in school, Nashville State has apprenticeship partnerships with industry employers, where students get paid while getting hands-on experience.

The IPCT program is accredited by the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER).

The 2020 median pay for an industrial technician is $57,320, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor.

To apply, visit If anyone has questions about the program, contact Sharley Ross by emailing or calling 931-472-3453.

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