Industry

AME Inc.

  • Electronics & Computer Engineering Technology
  • Electrical
  • Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning

With ever-changing tools and technology, preparing tomorrow’s workforce can be a complex undertaking. Thanks to the Corporate Tomorrow Makers program at Penn College, the relationship between industry and education is mutually beneficial. Students get scholarship opportunities and hands-on experience with equipment just like they’ll find in the field. Plus, industry partners get skilled professionals to fill in-demand positions. It’s a win-win for the future.

 

AME Inc.

Meet Our Partner

AME Inc. is a leading automatic temperature controls solutions provider, offering engineering, installation, and service in the New York City metro area. AME is an independent contractor representing Honeywell Controls, JCI, and Tridium.

Industry Partnerships

Q&A with AME Inc.

HOW HAS ENROLLING AS A CORPORATE TOMORROW MAKER ENHANCED YOUR PARTNERSHIP WITH PENN COLLEGE?

We are looking forward to an enhanced partnership with Penn College. 

WHAT QUALITIES OF PENN COLLEGE STUDENTS MAKE THEM STAND OUT FOR YOUR OPERATIONS?

Penn College has dedicated students with the drive to succeed in their disciplines. 

WHAT ASPECTS OF YOUR COMPANY ATTRACT OUR STUDENTS AND FUTURE STUDENTS TO JOIN YOUR OPERATION?

The mentorship AME provides for personal and career growth of each individual is phenomenal. We provide the necessary means for continuing education and opportunity for a very successful career.

WHAT ADVICE WOULD YOU SHARE WITH HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS (AND PARENTS) WHO ARE CONSIDERING PENN COLLEGE?

Penn College offers the perfect balance between education and practical experience to excel in the desired areas.

Industry Connections

"AME's partnership with Penn College is the biggest key in helping our growth."

 

Amit Patel

Vice President, AME Inc.

Programs

Electronics & Computer Engineering Technology

Choose from a host of interconnected, yet diverse majors, ranging from automation and computer engineering to electronics and robotics.

Electrical

Learn all the ins and outs of electrical and automated systems, training in specialized labs using equipment just the pros.

Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning

Begin with an associate degree that focuses on technical know-how and continue on for your bachelor’s, which pairs technical aspects with design, engineering, and business skills.