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The WyoTech Career Training Advantage

WyoTech offers the hands-on-training and learning experience where students get to learn and practice the skills that are used in the real world. We’ll help you prepare for a new career and a new life.

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So, What’s It Really Like to be A Gearhead?

Being a gearhead is an honor for some people in the world! While the term refers to anyone who pursues mechanical or technological interests with a consuming passion, as in automobiles or computers, it generally refers to the guys and gals who can be found in environments such as a WyoTech classroom.

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Tips on Giving Your Kids Career Advice

For a lot of kids, the most trusted source of information often comes from their parents. Unfortunately, parents may lack solid resources of information or the kind of communication techniques to give the life-changing career advice necessary. For parents, giving advice often makes them feel they’re being intrusive and nagging; and creating pressures by having high expectations for their children.

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What does Turning Pro at WyoTech Really Mean?

The best explanation for the term “Pro” might just be, “A person who posses a personal body of knowledge and know-how which is recognized and valued by the market.”

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How to Get Your Life Organized In Less Than a Week

Being organized is a talent that none of us can afford to do without. The only problem is that there are too few of us that really understand what being organized is all about. The best approach is one day at a time.

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Clay Egan–Rock Racer Phenom

Clay Egan is a phenomenal individual! Clay teamed up with WyoTech students in Sacramento and Laramie to build a Rock Racer for the 2008 UROC and XRRA Rock Racing Season.

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A few Tips on Avoiding the Senior Year Slump

Instead of slouching towards graduation, teens can spend their senior year in high school building up goal-setting momentum. This means getting involved in projects that can challenge ones motivation. If you’re a teen, you can also rev-up by checking sitting down with family members and coming up with a game plan that can help propel your life forward to the next level.

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