WyoTech News Stories
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LARAMIE, Wyoming — For the protection of its students, WyoTech’s Laramie campus will temporarily postpone registration until Tuesday, Jan. 4, 2011 due to inclement weather.
At WyoTech, we choose instructors who are able to bring their own real-world experiences and education to the classroom each day.
With 2010 about to disappear into our rearview mirror, here’s our pick for the Top 10 automotive news stories for the year just past.
Although founded as a school for auto mechanics, WyoTech now trains technicians in numerous transportation and trade specialties.
Staff and students at WyoTech Daytona helped the Salvation Army at various locations in Ormond Beach early this December to collect donations via the Salvation Army’s well known red kettle program
If you have an interest in building street rods, or just happen to know a hot rod aficionado, here’s some basic car-building slang you need to know.
If you are a veteran, service member, reservist, active duty spouse, dependent, or otherwise eligible, you may qualify for various veteran and military education benefit programs.
Got a passion for high-powered performance vehicles and a dream to work on them? Train at WyoTech in Blairsville today and build the foundation for a new career.
Toyota recalls potentially “hot” Prius hybrids. GM pumps up its muscle car production. Ford Focus slaps on the denim. These and other interesting stories from the auto industry in this week’s Automotive News.
Frank Dettmers, a collision instructor at WyoTech – Laramie, has energy and enthusiasm that is contagious to his students and co-workers. He incorporates his life experiences into his lectures, which makes it easier for his students to grasp the curriculum.