One requirement of our program which students find most valuable is the cooperative education experience. Students work over the summer with a participating cooperative education dealership or independent shop*, earning a paycheck and putting your hands-on training skills into practice in real world applications. See also course descriptions for ATC 190 and ATC 290 for more information.
Students are often asked to keep working through out the fall and spring semesters if work is available at their perspective co-ops. Many students have been offered permanent employment by the co-op they work for after graduation.
Note: Students will need to have their own tool sets prior to the co-op.
Our Cooperative Education Dealerships and Independent Shops include:
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