Students from the leading automotive, diesel and collision trade school received 10% of the overall awards given to trade school students in the U.S.
Leading Automotive Trade School Recommends Considering the Differences in Costs, Debt, Potential Earnings and Job Availability
The leading automotive, diesel and collision trade school has inducted six alumni during a ceremony on June 2.
The leading automotive, diesel, and collision trade school is starting an experiential program for people with a passion for agriculture and the outdoors.
Automotive trade school provides a vital resource to the auto & trucking industries as demand for technicians is at an all-time high.
The leading automotive, diesel and collision trade school welcomed nearly 100 companies to its February career fair.
The Hall of Fame recognizes the school's most accomplished graduates forging their way in the trades and making a difference in the world.
The school seeks new instructors to staff its new 90,000-square-foot expansion and accommodate its burgeoning student body.
The $16 million expansion will allow the school to increase its capacity up to 1,200 students to accommodate a rapidly growing enrollment.
Three WyoTech students were recipients of the Jessi Combs Foundation (JCF) scholarship, which empowers young women to pursue careers in trades and other male-dominated fields.
WyoTech's quarterly instructor visitation and annual summer seminar programs help educators better prepare future technicians pursuing full-time training in automotive, diesel, and collision and refinishing.
First of its kind partnership benefits WyoTech's automotive students and the public university's LREC agriculture program
A women's organization founded at a leading automotive and diesel mechanic trade school is trailblazing in the skilled-labor workforce.
The classroom will be utilized for hands-on diesel training and experience training on diagnostics, fuel and engine exhaust systems, and more
Riverton High School Graduate Gets Position at John Deere Dealer After Education at WyoTech
The growing diesel technician school in Wyoming is helping cultivate the next crop of skilled workers to enter the workforce.
Jessi Combs, a renowned racecar driver and female powerhouse in the trades, was a WyoTech graduate who embodied the traits celebrated during Women's History Month
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates over 28,000 openings annually over the next decade, further demonstrating WyoTech's key role in the job market as a leader in diesel and automotive training.
The automotive, diesel, and collision trade school's population was just 26 in 2018.
C&B Operations, a John Deere dealer, sent the students jet hopping to tractor dealerships as they neared the completion of their advanced diesel technician course.
Automotive trade schools such as WyoTech provide students with the building blocks for success while preparing employees to thrive in high-demand industries.
WyoTech's WTI Foundation is creating scholarships for students to pursue a top-notch education and training in the automotive technical trade.
Leadership is bringing back the school's initial legacy of giving students first-class training, preparing graduates to achieve great success in their careers.
WyoTech, one of the nations leading technical training institutes, announces partnership with Larry H. Miller Dealerships in bringing Ford's Automotive Career Exploration Program (ACE) to its Laramie, Wyoming, campus.