PTI Publishes a White Paper on Careers in the Marcellus Natural Gas Industry
The white paper starts by outlining the status and recent growth of the Marcellus Shale industry in the Pittsburgh area. Projections indicate that the Marcellus Shale gas wells are estimated to produce for at least the next 40-50 years, which means a lifetime's worth of career opportunities for local professionals just starting in the industry, or generational employment.
The white paper then outlines five main career areas that students can begin training for immediately:
For more information about careers in the oil and gas industry and Marcellus Shale job training, read the full white paper: http://www.pti.edu/campus-life/sidebar/white-paper-careers-in-the-marcellus-shale-natural-gas-industry
ABOUT PITTSBURGH TECHNICAL INSTITUTE
Pittsburgh Technical Institute (PTI) is a two-year career college with a 180-acre campus in North Fayette, west of Pittsburgh, PA, that has delivered career-focused education since 1946. PTI offers associate in science degree and certificate programs in areas such as Business, Criminal Justice, Design, Hospitality and Culinary Arts, Healthcare, Nursing, Information Technology, Trades Technology, and Energy and Electronics Technology. Experienced faculty provide students with practical skills for a number of in-demand fields including Architectural CAD and Mechanical CAD, HVAC technology, smart building technology, electronics, welding technology, computer networking, computer programming, accounting, travel and tourism, marketing, management and a variety of allied health care programs. Classes are offered on campus with day and evening options, through PTI Online, and through PTI's American Academy of Culinary Arts (AACA).
PTI is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education and designated a military friendly school. For more information about how you can apply your experiential learning skills to a hands-on career-focused education, contact PTI by calling 1-800-784-9675 or visit http://www.pti.edu/
Linda Gayle Allan
Pittsburgh Technical Institute/American Academy of Culinary Arts