Automotive courses are designed to provide students with knowledge of the inner workings of an automobile and its maintenance schedule while meeting NATEF requirements. Related occupations include auto mechanic, tune-up specialist, mechanical engineer, brake technician, small engine repair specialist, auto shop manager, and insurance adjuster to name a few.
- Auto Mechanic
- Tune-up Specialist
- Mechanical Engineer
- Small Engine Repair
- Auto Shop Manager
- Insurance Adjuster
- Express Service
- Oil Change
- Auto Parts Sales
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Program News & Information
Jason Dean has some advice for high school students thinking about what’s next after graduation - keep an open mind about possible career paths. “I wasn’t thinking about going into a career of working on boats, but it sounded like fun and I gave it a shot, and I...
At a young age, Landon Maltese had an inkling he’d like to make a career out of working on vehicles. “My stepdad and I worked a lot on cars in my younger years. He had his own shop with a lift, so at a young age I was helping to work on his projects. At first I was...
“If we could get more Zanes, that would be great.” The day after he graduated from Petoskey High School in June 2023, Zane Myers took an important first step into the real world by joining the Young Professionals Program, which paired young adults with local...
Two long-time friends and 2022 East Jordan High School graduates recently began employment at Fletch’s GMC Buick Audi in Petoskey, working in the certified service center as technicians. Thomas Simpson and Keegan Speer both credit the skills they learned during...
On Nov. 11, 2020, ISD staff held a Career Tech to Careers signing event with Dom Pelaccio, a 2020 Pellston High School graduate. Pelaccio has started a career at Pellston Auto Repair, owned by Donn Juday. Pelaccio now works about 50-55 hours per week since starting...