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SUN Shines on PCT Collision Program

On Friday, October 16, 2015 the SUN Tech Collision Repair Technology program got to visit Penn College’s Collision program first hand.

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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

Skills USA Competition Photos

Collision Repair Techology on Display at Midd-West

SUN Tech's Collision Repair Technology Program on Display at Midd-West High School

SUN Tech’s Collision Repair Technology Program on Display at Midd-West High School

Midd-West and SUN Tech’s world have collided! SUN Area Technical Institute’s Collision Repair Technology program is proudly on display at Midd-West High School.

Students in SUN Tech’s Collision Repair program will gain hands in experience in all aspects of the collision repair industry including major and minor collision repair, MIG welding, base-clear and tri-coat refinishing, color matching and blending, SMC and urethane plastic repair, glass service, and supplement restraint systems.

In addition to earning valuable industry experience, Collision Repair students can earn college credits through the Penn College PC Now program.

 

Jonathon Lloyd on Co-op at Nyes Body Shop

Jonathon Lloyd at Nyes

Jonathon Lloyd at Nyes

Collision Repair Technology Jonathon Lloyd takes a break from masking off a project at Nyes in Sunbury. His co-workers speak volumes about his work ethic. 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!

Award-Winning Collision Repair Co-op Students

Tyler Spear, Steven Rank, and Instructor Don Gunther

Tyler Spear, Steven Rank, and Instructor Don Gunther

SUN Area Technical Institute’s Collision Repair Instructor Mr. Donald Gunther is pictured with two outstanding award-winning students  employed through our co-op Program at Leer East, Inc. of Milton, PA. Tyler Spear and Stevan Ranck pose with their instructor, upon returning to The New Berlin Campus to attain additional collision repair skills. Both students have received outstanding skill and work ethic awards.

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.

Students Gain Job Experience through Co-op Positions at Leer Industries

Pictured here are Collision Repair Technology students Tyler Spear and Steve Rank at their co-op positions at Leer Industries East. Leer Industries manufactures fiberglass and aluminum truck toppers and has an east-coast location in Milton, PA.

Job experience is critical to success in today’s job market, 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!

Elizabeth Clark and Laura Radel, Collision Repair Technology 2010-2011

Our names are Elizabeth Clark and Laura Radel. We both attended Mifflinburg High School. Laura and I are going to SUN Tech for Collision Repair and Technology. We are the only girls in a class of 16 students. Also in our class are two students from Lewisburg, one student from Shikellamy, two from Midd-West, one student from Selinsgrove and a total of ten students from Mifflinburg.

I came to SUN Tech because I wanted to learn about cars and how to repair them. Elizabeth came to SUN Tech because she wanted to learn more and has fun learning by doing hands-on projects instead of sitting in class doing book work. We both like working all day on new and challenging projects.

There are many different types of skills that we learn and get to practice. We do three different types of welds, prime, paint, wet sand, buffing, and more. Laura and I are currently working on her Dad’s 1972 Mustang. Other students can bring their cars or their families’ cars as well. Every project is different and sometimes can be hard, but we still get it done.

There are a lot of special things that we like about our program.  We both like being active and working with ours hands.  Our instructor, Mr. Gunther, shows us new skills that help us complete our projects. Meeting and making new friends is also fun.

In the future, I would like to get more experience in collision repair, get a good job, and some day start my own business. Laura’s future plans include going to college, joining the military and starting her own business.