For a lot of people, the desire to land an automotive career might have begun years ago at an early age. Others get the automotive repair bug in high school after taking advantage of a vocational program.
At WyoTech, we know that your military training has given you valuable skills, which include the leadership, discipline, and a refined work ethic. We think you've got a heck of a lot to offer the world with a bright future in front of you. We also think your GI Bill benefits can be put to good use in furthering your education.
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Members of the newly formed WyoTech Student Veterans’ Organization participated in the local Veteran’s Day Parade held Wednesday in downtown Blairsville, Pennsylvania.
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A lot of nostalgia surrounds the automobiles of yesteryear. The rolling iron that Detroit manufactured during its mid-20th century glory days seem, at a glance, far more powerful, durable and, well, macho, than the CAD-designed, chip-regulated, plastic-coated eco-mobiles of today.
Here are some of the safety innovations that have made today's cars and trucks far safer to drive than those of Detroit's "Golden Years":
There are a lot of people in the world with a passion do something meaningful, that if given the right opportunities, could forge a promising life and career. If you love working on cars, wrenching, bending pipes, fixing bikes, or getting your knuckles greasy and busted up from time to time, you may be more fortunate than most people looking to find their own career-calling in life.
Matt D'Alma2007 Graduate"WyoTech has all different types of engines that you can work on. It gives you balance. They teach you everything."
Jessi Combs - Extreme 4x42004 Graduate
collision-refinishing-technologyCo-host of Spike TV's "Xtreme 4X4" "At WyoTech, I received the skill set necessary to take me as far as my imagination will lead me." Jessi Combs' motto, "It's not how big you are in the fight; it's how big the fight is in you," has taken her a long way...