Employment may be found as an entry-level automotive
technician in an automotive manufacturer dealership,
an independent repair garage or automotive franchise
such as: Firestone Tire, Sears or Pep Boys.
Miramar College's Automotive Technology training program offers you paid internships with Chrysler and Toyota dealerships in the area to give you valuable on the job training and put you ahead of the competition.
Internship Orientation Package
The Chrysler Apprenticeship Program (CAP)
semesters are divided into halves, each nine weeks in length. For nine weeks, you'll be studying automotive technology with Miramar College, and the next nine weeks, you'll apply what you've learned in school by working at the dealership, and so on.
The Toyota Technical Education Network (T-TEN)
program puts you to work at the dealership during the day, and you'll study with the Miramar College automotive program at night.
To receive an A.S. degree in either program, additional general education courses are required and will need to be taken in the evening, for CAP and in the Summer, for T-TEN.