West Tisbury Man Graduates from Oregon Tech

Earned a B.S. in Renewable Energy Engineering

Christopher Post of West Tisbury was among more than 150 students from Oregon Institute of Technology Portland-Metro Campus who received degrees during commencement exercises on Sunday, June 17th, 2018, in Wilsonville, Oregon.

Mr. Post graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Renewable Energy Engineering.

The University awarded more than 750 degrees total across all campus locations. The Class of 2018 from Oregon Institute of Technology has a great future ahead of them with a current competitive edge of 97 percent of Oregon Tech graduates employed or in graduate programs within six months of graduation. The high return on investment is reinforced by the $58,000 starting median salary those graduates earn.

About Oregon Tech

Founded in Klamath Falls in 1947, Oregon Institute of Technology is the premier public polytechnic institution in the Pacific Northwest. Oregon Tech provides bachelor's and master's degree programs in engineering, health technologies, business, technology, communication, and applied sciences that prepare students to be effective participants in their professional, public, and international communities through applied, relevant learning and professional practice. Oregon Tech has a full-service, residential campus in Klamath Falls; an urban, industry-focused campus in Wilsonville; an Online campus; and offers degrees at Boeing Seattle and at other sites. Visit www.oit.edu to learn more about Oregon Institute of Technology.


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