The school seeks new instructors to staff its new 90,000-square-foot expansion and accommodate its burgeoning student body.
Three WyoTech students were recipients of the Jessi Combs Foundation scholarship, which empowers young women to pursue careers in trades and other male-dominated fields.
Through its quarterly instructor visitation and annual summer seminar programs, WyoTech is closing the training gap that has caused the lack of trade-focused courses in high school curriculums across the country.
The classroom will be used for hands-on diesel technology training, which introduces students to diagnostics, fuel and engine exhaust system, maintenance and repair, industry certifications and career opportunities in the industry.
Kate Martin was awarded a scholarship from The Jessi Combs Foundation in recognition of her passion and dedication to blaze her own unique trail as a woman in the trade of her choice.
The vocational institution reported enrollment as of October 2021 of 685 students, up from 26 in October 2018.
Automotive technical career training school announces scholarship program to promote opportunity and success for current and retired members of the National Guard.