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!