Jobs in the Automotive Technology field involve planning, managing, designing, trouble-shooting and repairing vehicle and mobile equipment, as well as automotive facility maintenance.
- Transportation I
- Transportation II
- Transportation III
- Small Gas Engines
- SkillsUSA student leadership
Explore the Automotive Technology program
Do you enjoy testing and trouble-shooting automotive systems?
Are you good at budget estimation of finish time?
Do you like working with your hands?
Would you like to work with diagnostic devices and computerized tools?
Do you have eye-hand coordination and physical stamina?
Are you good at fabricating or modifying parts and equipment?
If you answered yes to two or more of these questions, perhaps you would be a good candidate for a job in the Automotive Technology program. Imagine yourself in one of these jobs:
- Automotive technician
- Small engine mechanic
- Auto parts manager
- Diesel mechanic
- Wheel and alignment specialist
- Automotive assembler
- Lube technician
- Auto body technician
- Auto fleet manager
- And more!