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Career Pathways

Automotive Tech Youth Apprenticeship

Pre-Apprenticeship (High School)
High School Programs
  • IT17 Automotive Service II
Certifications
  • ASE and MLR Student Certification
  • Safety Certification
  • Pollution Prevention Certification
On-the-Job Learning
  • Orientation to Parts and Service
  • Customer Service
  • Oil and Filter, Tire, Brake Inspection, and Battery Service
  • Steering and Suspension Inspection
High School Graduation
Apprenticeship (College)
Paid On-the-Job Training
  • 135 hours paid work-based learning at minimum wage
  • Automotive Technicians and Mechanics
Program Completion
  • Community College Certificate Diploma or Associates
    • Associates in Automotive Systems Technology
    • Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology Diploma
      • Automotive Fabrication Certificate
      • Non-structural Repair Certificate
      • Paint and Refinishing Certificate
      • Structural Repair Certificate
Complete

Learn more about

Automotive Technicians and Mechanics

Automotive Body and Related Repairers

For more information, contact Elizabeth Standafer, Youth Apprenticeship Manager at Apprenticeship NC, at standafere@nccommunitycolleges.edu.

Partners

NCBCE
NC Governor Roy Cooper
NC Department of Public Instruction
NC Community College System
NC Department of Commerce
NCWorks
Apprenticeship NC
LEAD NC
Charlotte Executive Leadership Council
PAYA