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Summer Camp Day 3 Photos

The kids are having a blast this week. They have been busy creating t-shirts, stickers, creating robots, anatomy, dental impressions, crime scene, fingerprinting, welding and checking tire pressure, alignment and LOTS more!!
Check out the photos from SUN Tech Camp 2015 Day 2. Be sure to follow us on Facebook & Twitter and give us a “LIKE” .  Come see us in the New Berlin parade tomorrow night. #sunareatech

 

ROBOTICS

 

 

             

HEALTH SCIENCE & SAFETY

AUTO/COLLISION CAMP

WELDING

ADVERTISING ART & DESIGN

Automotive Technology Program on Display at Mifflinburg High School

The Automotive Technology program on display at Mifflinburg High School

The Automotive Technology program on display at Mifflinburg High School

The Automotive Technology program is on display at Mifflinburg High School! Students in Automotive Technology learn the skills to maintain, diagnose and repair the advanced systems on modern automobiles.  Students use common hand tools and power tools like impact wrenches, grinders, drills, tire machines and automotive lifts. They also train on the latest equipment such as electronic engine analyzers, oscilloscopes, scan tools and internet-based information systems.

One of the points that makes Automotive Technology one of our best programs is that students can earn a number of valuable industry certifications, like the PA Department of Transportation Certified Safety Inspector certification and the NATEF Automotive Service certification.  Students can also earn free college credits through the Penn College PCNow program.

David Mowery of Auto Tech on Co-op at Selinsgrove Ford

David Mowery at Selinsgrove Ford

David Mowery at Selinsgrove Ford

A strong tradition of placing Automotive Technology students at Selinsgrove Ford continues with SUN Area Technical Institute’s advanced Auto student David Mowery of Selinsgrove High School. Automotive Technology  instructor David Hauck thoroughly prepares students for careers and in post secondary educational advancements. This is truly the case, as Selinsgrove Ford couldn’t be happier with the work ethic and skill level of this outstanding student. Together, business and SUN Tech Make It Happen. For more information about SUN Tech’s cooperative education program and to learn how you can earn money and valuable work experience during your senior year, check out our Co-op page!

Brandon Chivari of Automotive Technology is our May, 2014 Young American

Brandon Chivari, May 2014 Young American

Brandon Chivari, May 2014 Young American

Congratulations to Brandon Chivari of the Automotive Technology program! Brandon is our May, 2014 Young American from the SUN Area Technical Institute.

The Young American Program gives special recognition to outstanding students for their scholastic and extracurricular activities.

Automotive Technology Student on Co-op at Alexander Dealership

Michael McDonald on Co-op at Alexander Dealerships

Michael McDonald on Co-op at Alexander Dealerships

Michael McDonald poses at his Co-op job at Alexander Dealership Of Sunbury. He is a Mifflinburg High School and SUN Area Technical Institute student, specializing in the Auto Technology program under the guidance of Instructor David Hauck. Alexander’s Service Manager, Carl Yoder, Jr is Michael’s Training Supervisor.

Interest in gaining valuable work experience and money during your senior year? Check out of Cooperative Education department, or talk to your guidance counselor today to schedule a tour of SUN Area Technical Institute.

Cyrus Robinson on Co-op at Kreamer Automotive

Cyrus Robinson on Co-op at Kreamer Automotive

Cyrus Robinson on Co-op at Kreamer Automotive

Automotive Technology student Cyrus taking a break in front of his place of employment, Kreamer Automotive.

Interest in gaining valuable work experience and money during your senior year? Check out of Cooperative Education department, or talk to your guidance counselor today to schedule a tour of SUN Area Technical Institute.

Automotive Technology Students: Driven to Succeed!

Claudia Pehowic, Grace Juliano and Cyrus Robinson

Claudia Pehowic, Grace Juliano and Cyrus Robinson

SUN Area Technical Institute’s Automotive Technology program students inspect the under carriage and tires on this vehicle. Auto students(L-R) Claudia Pehowic, Grace Juliano and Cyrus Robinson work as a team to troubleshoot any potential problems. All three of these students are gainfully employed in the school’s Co-op Program and will commence work once their testing requirements are complete. Mr. David Hauck, Instructor of the Auto Tech program has very strong ties within the local auto and mechanical field. His Occupational Advisory Committee is committed to making a difference for these Auto students. Many students continue to post secondary learning institutions and some go directly into their careers.

Whether you choose to continue your education after high school or go straight to work, you’ll find that experience is critical when you decide to enter the working world. So take advantage of SUN Area Technical Institute’s co-op program to gain the experience you need to succeed in the working world before you graduate!

Floor It into the Future with Automotive Technology

Mike McDonald works on a Jaguar

Mike McDonald works on a Jaguar

Every want to work on a Jaguar? Michael McDonald got the opportunity today and it purrs like a kitten now! Do you like to work with your hands and tear things apart and put them back together? Automotive Technology might be the program for you!

Check out more pictures of Automotive Technology in our Facebook album, visit the Automotive Technology page for more information, and talk to your guidance counselor to schedule a visit to SUN Tech today!

Jace Herman and Alex Smith, Automotive Technology 2010-2011

My name is Jace Herman and I’m a senior at Selinsgrove High School.  I’m currently training to be an automotive technician at SUN.  I’m training to be able to diagnose and repair present and future vehicles.  My goal after my nine months of training is to obtain employment at a local repair facility.  It’s there I’ll gain experience to further my job skills which will allow me to further my career and earn a living wage.

I’m Alex Smith from Midd-West High School.  Currently, I’m a senior attending SUN Tech in the Auto Technology program.  Earlier this year, I moved from Arizona to Pennsylvania with the hopes of attending SUN.  My thoughts were that if I could get into the Auto Technology program I could get a head start on my career as an automotive technician.   After SUN Tech, I’m planning to attend Penn College and acquire my associates degree in automotive technology specializing in Honda vehicles.  After graduation from college, I hope to have a successful career with Honda.