(719) 502-3548 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Box C13, Centennial | F-200
Jeff Stuber, B.A. is an Associate Professor of Electrical Technology at Pikes Peak State College (PPSC) in Colorado Springs Colorado. Jeff is a veteran serving four years in the US Coast Guard. He entered the electrical construction industry as a registered apprentice in 1983. He became a licensed Journeyman Electrician with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers and served as an electrical apprentice instructor and training director for several years before entering the teaching profession full time. Jeff attended The National Labor College in Maryland earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in adult education.
Jeff has taught Career and Technical Education (CTE) classes at Harrison School District 2 in Colorado Springs at both Career Readiness Academy and Harrison High School. He was a BCT electrical instructor for 5 years before becoming a full-time CTE faculty.
Jeff teaches an array of classes such as Construction in the Career Start High School Program, Electrical Technology classes and is currently the Department Chair of the Industrial Automation Program. (Mechatronics)
SkillsUSA Professional Member
International Association of Electrical Inspectors