Biotechnology manufacturers are expected to continue to be drawn to Frederick County, with the number of jobs expected to more than triple between 2016-2026. There are a wide range of jobs associated with this industry; the FCC Biotech Systems & Maintenance courses prepare students for jobs as biorepository technicians, production technicians, process technicians, process mechanics, maintenance technicians, or manufacturing associates.
The new Logistics & Production Technology program
at Frederick Community College prepares students for a successful career in supply chain, biotechnology, and manufacturing industries. Students develop competency with in-demand equipment and processes, strengthen mathematics and measurement skills, and practice communication and customer relations. This is a noncredit program that provides a foundation for industry jobs or the pursuit of advanced training.