Dealers’ donation to fund auto technology at COC

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News releaseCollege of the Canyons has received a $20,000 donation from the Greater Los Angeles New Car Dealer Association in support of the college’s automotive technology program. The funds will allow the program to purchase the equipment, curriculum materials and supplies required to expand hybrid vehicle training.“We are so grateful to receive this funding from the Greater Los Angeles New Car Dealer Association to help provide our automotive technology students with the training and skills they need to enter the specialized field of hybrid vehicles,” said COC Chancellor Dianne G. Van Hook. “These kinds of partnerships are only possible through the collaboration and support of our business partners.”The college’s automotive technology program is designed to prepare students with the entry-level skills needed for an automotive technician position in a variety of settings including dealerships, independent automotive repair facilities, as well as with county or federal agencies.The program offers certificate and degree pathways that range from one semester to two years in length allowing students to get into the workforce quickly by providing in-depth training with extensive hands-on experiences in all nine ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) certification programs and State of California Smog Tech Training.“I would …

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