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This is a two-year program for high school juniors and seniors
  • Diagnose, maintain, and repair a wide range of cars and light trucks
  • Use the same advanced diagnostic and repair equipment as Master Technicians to troubleshoot complex automotive systems
  • Work on today’s high-tech vehicle computers and mechanical systems
  • College Credit
  • Job Placement
  • Scholarships
Career Opportunities: 
  • Automotive repair technician
  • Fleet service mechanic
  • Service manager
  • Parts/tools salesperson
  • Motor sports dealership
  • Tool company
  • Equipment manufacturer
  • City or county garage
  • Trucking company
  • Automotive machine shop
  • Automotive parts store
  • Insurance company
Additional Information: 

Students in this program belong to SkillsUSA. It provides opportunities for competition, leadership and community service projects.


Automotive Technologies students do service and repair of light cars and trucks. Call Instructor Richard Shetler at 330-669-7045 for an appointment.