Area of Study

Electromechanical Technology
This program gives the student an understanding of instrumentation, general maintenance and manufacturing processes, electricity and its many applications, theory, and calculations.
Earn 2000 hours toward an electrical Journeyman apprentice program
Upon earning the Electromechanical Technology AAS Degree, the learner will have an understanding of instrumentation, general maintenance and manufacturing processes, electricity and its many applications, theory, and calculations. The learner will have 2000 hours toward an electrical Journeyman apprentice program and be in an internship with one of the local industry partners.

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MCC staff member George O'Clair

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George O’Clair

George O’Clair’s experience includes completing a Navy Electrical internship and work as a Journeyman level; marine, Lineman, Instrumentation, signalman, commercial, Industrial, and residential electrician. George currently owns his own electrical company.  His instruction experience includes having taught English language, high school equivalency, the Director of Workplace Education for MCC located at Cargill, and was the President of Colorado Adult Education Professional Association (CAEPA) for four years.

With the help of corporations O’Clair built the existing Electrical Mechanical technology (ELMT) program. George currently is the lead professor of the ELMT, Industrial Control Telematics (ICT), and Mechatronics programs. George currently holds a Colorado Department of Regulatory (DORA) professor credential, and certificates in CTE, Manufacturing process, LIA, business development, leadership, and several other technical topics.  He also earned a Bachelor’s degree in human resource management. George has won several awards for the Workplace Education and ELMT programs. George spends time with his family, hobbies, reading, and staying active.

MCC staff member Daniel Feuerstein

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Daniel Feuerstein, ME, CTE

Daniel began at MCC as an online adjunct instructor and after three years became full-time faculty in the Electrical Mechanical Program. During a career that spans over two decades, he has achieved a Master Electrician’s License in Colorado and Alaska, CTE Credential, is a State Approved Provider/Instructor and owning an electrical company. Daniel is currently completing a B.A. from MSU Denver and has found teaching to be a true passion. Outside of the electrical world, Daniel enjoys time with his family and traveling, especially to New Orleans!

MCC Staff Member Eric Walek

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Eric Walek

Eric began teaching in the Mechatronics program in 2024.  Prior to joining MCC, Eric worked as a mechanical engineer for Xcel Energy.  Eric received a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from CU Denver and an Associate of Science degree from MCC.  He is currently taking courses in the Electromechanical Technology program at MCC. 

Eric grew up on a farm in Morgan County.  He enjoys working on mechanical equipment and agricultural related activities.

Degree & Certificate Options

Electromechanical Technology

Industrial Electrical

Industrial Maintenance

Careers & Salaries

Position Median
Industrial Machinery Mechanics $51,630
Electrical and Electronics Installers and Repairers $57,890