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February is CTE month and we are excited to highlight the broad spectrum of fields that CTE offers our students. The ninth of the thirteen clusters we are highlighting is the Manufacturing Cluster. Within this career cluster, these are the pathways within our district that our students can take:
Auto Mechanics and Repairs Pathway
Job opportunities in the automotive industry are very good for persons with formal training in automotive body repair and mechanics. According to the Utah Department of Workforce Services, more than 1,500 individuals are employed as automotive body and related repairers. Those employees with experience make an annual salary of $41,950.
- Automotive Introduction
- Collision 1
- Welding Technician Entry Level
- ASE Chassis MLR
- ASE Engine
- Collision 3
- Auto Mechanic
- Small Engine Repair
- Auto Body Specialist
- Utah Valley University
- Weber State University
SkillsUSA – Student Organization:
SkillsUSA is the CTSO for students in the Auto Mechanics & Repairs Career Pathway. SkillsUSA provides quality education experiences for students in leadership, teamwork, citizenship, and character development. Provo High School and Timpview High School, both have SkillsUSA chapters.