The goal of the Automotive Technology Program is to prepare students for employment in the automotive services industry. Graduates have been employed in sales, parts, and technician positions.
This program combines the study of college-level general education courses and extensive course work in automotive theory and lab classes designed to prepare graduates for entry level careers as technicians, service advisors, parts specialists, and managers.
November 11, 2016
Jefferson College automotive students participated in the Free Oil Changes for Veterans at Meineke Car Care Center at 4021 West outer Road on November 11. Both high school Area Technical School (ATS) and college students changed oil in over 125 vehicles at no charge to veterans. Owner Charlie Sheldon said, "We couldn't do this many oil changes without the support of Jefferson College." Jefferson College faculty Gerard Uhls and Bradley Berrey helped coordinate the oil changes throughout the day.