Welcome to Automotive Technology, a program for those interested in exploring the transportation industry and the career pathways within. We have moved to a new location! 4050 State Rd will now be home to the auto tech program.
The automotive program is designed to introduce students to all there is to know about passenger vehicle operation and repair. Let's call it, everything between the bumpers. We also focus on 21st century business and soft skills, like preparing a resume, filling out a job application, and interviewing. Students can take part in classes such as a maintenance course, engine building, and brakes/steering/suspension. College Credit Plus opportunities are available for students as well. Students may also find themselves interested in joining automotive clubs like SkillsUSA. For more info on what SkillsUSA is all about, click Here.
Automotive Technology is a program for all students of all skill levels and abilities. Don't be intimidated if you don't know anything. That's why this program is here! There is a vast array of job opportunities in the transportation industry. Take a look at some of the job pathways that could stem from knowing a thing or two about automobiles:
- Automotive Repair Technician
- Electric/Hybrid Vehicle Technician
- Parts and Sales Consultant
- Military Vehicle Technician
- Technical Support Specialist
- Content Creation (books and digital media)
- Repair Facility Owner/Manager
- Automotive Journalism & Photography
- Research, Development, & Engineering
- Tool and Equipment Manufacture & Repair
...just to name a few
The automotive program uses a broad base of industry support. Utilizing time, experience, and suggestions of those professionals immersed in the transportation industry, the students stand to gain an advantage moving into an exciting career.
To learn more about the program, talk to your school counselor, reach out to the instructor, or click Here to view the six-district course catalog.