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Graphic Communication

Careers in the graphic communications industry are growing at a remarkable rate with the introduction of digital media. The world of graphic communications is one of the largest industries in the United States. Different printing processes are covered, such as offset lithography, sheet-fed presses, and digital press using up-to-date digital software. 

Students enrolled in this program gain industry-level skills in the areas of graphic communications, electronic imaging, and press and bindery operations. Successful graduates of the program are excellent candidates for college or entry-level positions in the graphic communications field.

● Develop, produce, and deliver a wide range of creative marketing materials for print
● Operate wide-format printers, screen printing, offset printing presses, embroidery and
    bindery equipment
● Provide professional customer service while interpreting job specifications, estimating,
   ordering and delivering client projects on schedule

Prepared for immediate employment, advanced certifications, and further education


High School Diploma from Keefe Tech

Production Artist
Large format printer (Sign Making)
Offset press assistant/operator
Screen Printer Apprentice/operator
Bindery production worker
Shipper / receiver
Embroidery assistant / operator
Photographer assistant / understudy
Customer Service, digital print operator
Jr. Graphic Designer


Associates  Degree (2-year), Certificate Program, Licensing or Adult Education

Offset press operator
Electronic Prepress graphic designer
Screen Printer
Sign designer / maker
Jr. Web designer
Customer service specialist
Graphic Artist
Forman / Group leader
Lead bindery operator


Bachelors Degree (4-year) and Graduates or Doctoral Degree for some

Art director
Advertising Designer
Web Designer
Marketing Manager
Department Manager
Senior Pressman
Human Resource coordinator
Creative Director

Graphic Communications Department Resources

Graphic Communications Department Contact Information

Richard Allain

Lead Teacher, Skills USA Advisor, National Technical Honor Society Advisor
Graphic Communications


  • OSHA

Articulation Agreements and College Credit

Update coming soon

Graphic Communication Frameworks