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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.

SUN Tech Students Earn Credits at Penn College

2013-2014 Electronics Students at Penn College

2013-2014 Electronics Students at Penn College

The Electronics Technology students pictured here are earning credits at Penn College during their senior year at SUN Tech.  Thanks to Penn Tech’s PC Now program, students in several of our full-time programs can get a jump-start on their college education and save thousands of dollars in the process.

Students in the following programs are eligible for participation in PC Now during the 2013-2014 school year:

For more information see the Penn College NOW website.

2013 PC Now Night at SUN Tech

SUN Tech is hosting Penn College of Technology on September 12 to talk about the PCNow program, a joint venture between Penn College and SUN Area Technical Institute that can earn your student advanced college placement while enrolled at SUN Tech. For more information including date, time, and location check out the event page.