Work-Based Learning: BEST Program
BorgWarner is a world leader in highly engineered products and technologies in powertrain components and systems. The BorgWarner Seneca plant hires co-op students to work 4 - 20 hours per week while maintaining a full-time student status.
These co-op students gain machine shop training in operating horizontal machining centers, lathes, hobs, broaches, and shapers plus operating computer controlled machines that mill, drill and ream metal parts.
Ideal candidates for this program are majoring in Machine Tool Technology and have a minimum GPA of 2.5. Students must have completed at least 12 but not more than 52 credit hours in college.
Learn more about Tri-County's Work-Based Learning program.
A partnership through Tri-County's program
Become an Assembly Operator at BorgWarner
No manufacturing experience? No problem. This program is designed just for people like you. You’ll gain the skills needed to transition to a manufacturing setting and have the opportunity to continue the education you need for career growth and advancement.
You’ll learn to:
At the end of 14 weeks, you’ll earn:
TCTC Workforce Scholarships will cover the tuition costs, and you’ll earn a competitive hourly wage while getting hands-on training through BorgWarner’s co-op program.
Become a Materials Handler at BorgWarner
Whether you’re already a BorgWarner employee looking for a new opportunity or you’re completely new to the idea of working in a manufacturing environment, this partnership program might be just what you’re looking for.
This program teaches:
At the end of 15 weeks (90 contact hours), you’ll earn:
Class will meet two evenings per week, 6-9 pm.
Through a partnership between BorgWarner and Tri-County, tuition costs are covered.
Working at BorgWarner
For more than 100 years, BorgWarner has continually moved the automotive industry forward with ground-breaking propulsion technologies for combustion, hybrid and electric vehicles. Today, they continue to be a global technology leader, strategically focused on driving our success through innovative technology development, global diversity and financial strength.
For More Information
Contact Amanda Donald, Work-Based Learning Coordinator
Toll-free: 1-866-269-5677 ext. 1545
Monday - Thursday: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Call to schedule an appointment at other times.
The Career and Employability Resources Office is closed during the holidays when the College is officially closed.