The six inductees, all alumni of the Laramie, Wyoming-based technical college, include a YouTuber/John Deere master technician, tinkerer-turned-fabricator, and "The Fastest Woman on Earth."
WyoTech--the U.S. automotive, diesel, and collision trade school based in Laramie, Wyoming--has announced its inaugural Hall of Fame class, with alumni including the late trailblazer known as "The Fastest Woman on Earth, a John Deere master tech whose YouTube videos have garnered 8 million views, a custom car builder who returned as an instructor and more.
"The world needs more cowboys" has recently become a popular expression depicting the diverse lifestyles of Wyoming.
In reality, so do ranches.
They also need more employees who understand seasonal ranch operations, range management, animal health, basic construction and basic mechanics.
Tighter emissions regulations may be signaling the eventual demise of diesel, but in the meantime, demand for technicians who can work on the nation's leading workhorse powertrain remains very strong.
There aren't many tech schools like WyoTech. You see that the second you walk onto the school's Laramie, Wyo., campus.
During a tour for HDA Truck Pride as part of the group's annual meeting Wednesday, WyoTech's leadership team showcased the unique and innovative ways WyoTech is working to prepare trucking's next generation of diesel technicians.
As the shortfall of diesel and auto technicians continues to vex the industry, help is on the way from Wyoming, where WyoTech is churning out technicians at a record rate.
WyoTech, a leading automotive, diesel, and collision trade school, can't keep up with the need for auto technicians, as demand has never been higher.
WyoTech, an automotive, diesel, and collision trade school in Laramie, is seeking nominees for its newly established WyoTech Hall of Fame.
Nominations are open until March 1 and inductees will be announced in April.
The school is seeking new instructors to staff its new 90,000-sq.-ft. expansion and accommodate its growing student body.
WyoTech, the automotive, diesel, and collision trade school, announced it is seeking new instructors following the construction of a new $16 million, 90,000-square-foot expansion to its Laramie, Wyoming, campus. Completed in November 2022, the expansion allows the school to increase its capacity to 1,200 students.
The school seeks new instructors to staff its new 90,000-square-foot expansion and accommodate its burgeoning student body.
WyoTech, a U.S. automotive, diesel, and collision trade school, seeks new instructors following the construction of an expansion to its Laramie, Wyoming, campus. Completed in November of 2022, the expansion allows the school to increase its capacity to 1,200 students.