Careers in Automotive Technology

Given the advance of technology and a richly varied automotive industry that offers an array of positions and career paths, the future is bright for talented young persons with math, science, communications and technical skills. And unlike many high-tech careers that require four, six, or even eight years of college, automotive technology careers can begin after just two years of education. As with any career, lifelong learning and continuing education is necessary, but the simple fact is, students in automotive technology can get out into the real world sooner – and with less college debt.

Join us on Tuesday, January 26th as Kathleen McCarthy, the program manager of the Tri-C Automotive Technology, and two of her students discuss the duties, responsibilities, minimum qualifications, preferred qualifications and working conditions in this important career area. 

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