CNET–Computer Networking Electronics Technologies


• Design, install and troubleshoot complex computer network systems

• Build, upgrade and repair computers

• Work in a professional help desk and network administration environment to meet clients’ needs

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Is this you?

  • I am a techie
  • I am curious
  • I am logical
  • I am patient

Career Opportunities Upon Graduation:

  • Network Technician
  • Help Desk Support
  • Electronic Repair Tech
  • Computer Repair Tech
  • Electronic Equipment Sales

With additional Training/Education:

  • Network Administrator
  • Network Systems Analyst
  • LAN Administrator Engineer

(*Earn Ohio Department of Education (ODE) Credential Points toward Graduation during your junior and senior years)

IC3 Digital Literacy (*2 points)
• CompTIA IT Fundamentals (*6 points)
• CompTIA A+ (*6 points)
• CompTIA Security+ (*6 points)
• CompTIA Network+ (*6 points)
• CompTIA Certified Ethical Hacker (*6 points)
• OHSA 10 (*1 point)
Non-ODE Certifications
• Test Out Security Pro
• Test Out Ethical Hacker Pro
• Test Out PC Pro
• Test Out IT Fundamentals Pro

To be successful in this field, students must be able to:
• Read and comprehend instructions
• Work independently and in groups
• Organize, plan, schedule, and prioritize work
• Use computer and network tools in a safe and proper manner
• Follow written and verbal instructions

Typical Wages:

  • $10 to $20/hour
  • $45,000 and up with a degree—owners, managers, technicians salaries vary with experience/training/education

Some Area Employers Include:

Geek Squad, Smith Clinic,
TRECA, Office Depot

    Partnering with:

  • North Central State College – Up to 17 college credits with 2.5 GPA or better
  • Marion Technical College – Up to 20 college credits

Career Focus:
Prepared for immediate employment and further education

Tri-Rivers Career Center  affirms that equal opportunities are offered without regard to race, color, religion, sex, military status, national origin, disability, age, and ancestry of person.

Computer Networking students at computers
Computer Networking student working

Kristian Casey

CNET Instructor