WyoTech News Stories
This is the place to get the latest WyoTech news and events.
Discovery Channel’s “American Chopper,” which aired on Monday September 19 at 9 p.m., showcased the commitment that four WyoTech students brought to the task of helping assemble a custom-designed motorcycle under the guidance of OC Chopper’s immensely talented crew.
Ford may move Fusion assembly to U.S. Fewer deaths in SUV/pickup accidents. Hyundai developing advanced 10-speed power train. These and other major auto industry stories in this week’s Automotive News.
Eight WyoTech graduates have restored a classic ’67 Ford Mustang for an injured Iraq War vet. The restoration was documented in four episodes of PowerBlock’s “Search & Restore” series on Spike TV.
WyoTech offers training that can help prepare you to pursue entry-level employment in the electrician field. Those with a wide range of skills can be in a good position to compete for job opportunities.
WyoTech is the Official Technical School of the Orange County Choppers, highlighted in the recent episode of Discovery Channel’s “American Chopper: Senior vs. Junior” which first aired on Monday, September 19. The episode paired OCC’s employees with four of WyoTech top students to build a custom-designed WyoTech motorcycle put together at OC Chopper’s shop located in Upstate New York. OCC founder Paul Teutul Sr. spearheading the project.
If you missed the episode, “Gears of War”, it will air again on the Discovery Channel on Sunday, Sept. 25 at midnight and again Monday, Sept. 26 at 8 p.m.
Why not consider WyoTech for the training it takes to pursue entry-level employment in this field? WyoTech’s hand-on training can give you the skills and knowledge to pursue residential, industrial or commercial employment in this field. Contact us today for more information.
Don’t miss the upcoming episode of Discovery Channel’s “American Chopper” on Monday, September 19 at 9 p.m.
Allstate recently released its seventh annual “Best Drivers Report,” using collision statistics for the largest 200 cities in the U.S.
The 1969 Camaro was voted the best Chevy of all time in an online competition sponsored by General Motors (GM) to celebrate the brand’s 100th anniversary.