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MOPAR CAP Packet 2012

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MCAP Program Admissions Booklet and Forms

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									                                                       TABLE OF CONTENTS

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MOPAR-CAP Candidate Flow Chart .................................................................................................... 1

Admission Registration .......................................................................................................................... 2

Letter to Prospective Student ................................................................................................................. 3

Student Candidate Information and Responsibilities ............................................................................. 4

Introduction MOPAR-CAP Program ..................................................................................................... 5

Contact Persons ...................................................................................................................................... 6

Responsibilities for Participants............................................................................................................. 7

Typical Daily Schedule ........................................................................................................................ 10

Estimated Program Expenses ............................................................................................................... 11

Tool/Supply List .................................................................................................................................. 12

Course Descriptions ............................................................................................................................. 13

Student Selection Procedure ................................................................................................................ 17

SCC Application for Admission .......................................................................................................... 19

Candidate Application ......................................................................................................................... 21

Dealer Approval Form ......................................................................................................................... 23

MOPAR-CAP Dealer/Technician Apprenticeship Agreement............................................................ 27

MOPAR-CAP Dealer/Technician Apprenticeship Contract................................................................ 29

Student’s Weekly Work Record .......................................................................................................... 31

Employer’s End-of-Quarter Student Appraisal.................................................................................... 33

Student’s End-of-Quarter MOPAR-CAP Appraisal ............................................................................ 35
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MOPAR-CAP Candidate Flow Chart
Step 1 Prospective Candidate
       receives Information Packet




                                          Southeast Community College
Step 2 Complete and Return these                Application Form
       2 application forms, or do
       online.
       www.southeast.edu/go/CAP               MOPAR-CAP Program
                                               Application Form



                                                     ACT
                                            American College Testing

Step 3 Provide the college with your
       pre-acceptance test scores              ASSET/Compass Test
                                       If no ACT or 5 years post graduation



                                            MOPAR-CAP Dealership
                                          Sponsorship Agreement Form

Step 4 Locate a dealer willing to
       sponsor you and have them       If you are having problems locating a
       sign form                           dealer contact the MOPAR-CAP
                                                     Instructor




Step 5 Begin First Quarter in the
       MOPAR-CAP Program
         Admission Registration
STEP #

1. MOPAR-CAP APPLICATION PACKET
   To get registered for the MOPAR-CAP Program we will need these three (3) completed
   forms from you.
      1. College Application for Admission          (White copy)
      2. MOPAR-CAP Program Application              (blue copy)
      3. Dealership Sponsorship Agreement           (yellow copy)
           a. Locate a Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep dealer
           b. Ask if they would be willing to sponsor you in the MOPAR-CAP PROGRAM
           c. Have the Service Director or Service Manager sign the yellow form.

2. PRE-ACCEPTANCE TESTS
   You will also need to provide us with your college pre-acceptance test scores.

      * Either ACT or Compass test scores above the minimums listed.
      * Your ACT or SAT needs to be within 5 years or more current.
      * After this time you will need to take an ASSET or Compass Test.
   English (writing)
             ACT = 16 (with taking 0980 third quarter) ACT = 18 (without taking 0980)
             Compass = 52                                   Compass = 70
             ASSET = 39                                     ASSET = 42
   Reading
             ACT = 18
             Compass = 80
             ASSET = 41
   Math                     (with taking 0950 the first quarter)
             ACT = 17
             Compass Pre-Algebra = 41
             ASSET Numerical = 38
   Math                     (without taking 0950 )
             ACT = 19
             Compass = 58
             ASSET Int Algebra= 43

3. FINANCIAL AID
   You can apply for financial aid in one of two ways:
      1. Complete the form online at www.fafsa.ed.gov

       2. Call SCC toll free at 1 800-933-7223 and we will send a form out to you.

4. FINAL ACCEPTANCE
   You will receive a letter of acceptance from SCC immediately after the college and the
               sponsoring dealership agree that you are enrolled in the program.


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               SOUTHEAST COMMUNITY COLLEGE-MILFORD CAMPUS
                 MOPAR COLLEGE AUTOMOTIVE PROGRAM (MCAP)




Dear Prospective Student:

We have received your inquiry concerning the MOPAR College Automotive Program. Enclosed you
will find the program information which includes the following items:

        Student Candidate Information and Responsibilities
        General Program Information Sheet
        Curriculum Calendar
        Course Schedule
        Contact Persons
        Application Form
        Dealer Approval Form
        Required Supplies
        Sequences

Please read all material carefully and return application to:

        Admissions/Student Services Office
        Southeast Community College-Milford Campus
        600 State Street
        Milford, NE 68405-8498
        PH:(402) 761-8448
        1-800-933-7223 Ext. 8448

Thank you for your interest in the MOPAR College Automotive Program.

Sincerely,



Glen Williams
Transportation Division Dean
                SOUTHEAST COMMUNITY COLLEGE-MILFORD CAMPUS
                  MOPAR COLLEGE AUTOMOTIVE PROGRAM (MCAP)

            STUDENT CANDIDATE INFORMATION AND RESPONSIBILITIES

- Read all materials carefully and retain this sheet for reference.

- Although it is not necessary for you to have a potential dealer sponsor at this point, please contact
  the college regarding sponsorship. If any dealers are interested in sponsoring you, please indicate
  so on your application.

- Complete the Candidate Application (blue form) and return it to SCC-Milford Campus. The SCC
  Application for Admission form must also be completed and returned. The students accepted for
  this class will be chosen on a first come, first served basis.


- All applicants are responsible for scheduling an appointment to take the COMPASS Test, ASSET
  Test, or ACT Test. The MOPAR-CAP pre-tests will be in the areas of writing, reading, and math.
  Please call the SCC-Milford Campus Assessment Office, 402-761-8202 or 1-800-933-7223, Ext.
  8202 for an appointment.

- Applicants with satisfactory test scores will be contacted to proceed with their interview with a
  Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep dealership. Those applicants who did not achieve satisfactory scores, will be
  notified as soon as possible regarding their status and recommendations for correcting deficiencies.

- The student will be notified by mail if his/her application has been accepted or rejected for the
  MOPAR-CAP Program. Those selected will also receive additional information from SCC-
  Milford Campus regarding registration and orientation.




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                SOUTHEAST COMMUNITY COLLEGE-MILFORD CAMPUS
                  MOPAR COLLEGE AUTOMOTIVE PROGRAM (MCAP)

The MOPAR College Automotive Program (MCAP) is a two-year automotive program designed to
provide Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep dealers with highly qualified and motivated entry-level technicians.
The curriculum is designed by Chrysler Corporation and Southeast Community College-Milford
Campus and leads to an associate degree. The program involves attending classroom lecture and
laboratory experiences on Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep products at the Milford Campus and a unique
opportunity for students to work at a Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep dealership.

The total program is completed in seven quarters or approximately 21 months. Four quarters are
spent in college and the remaining three quarters in Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep sponsoring dealerships.
Each specialized subject is studied in the classroom and laboratory on campus and then followed by
related work experience in the dealership. For example, the first quarter involves 10 weeks at the
college, followed by 14 weeks of work experience in the dealership. After the dealership work
experience is completed the student returns to the college for another 10 weeks of courses, followed
by 14 more weeks at the dealership. This rotation system continues until completion of the program.
The work experience at the dealership should relate as much as possible to the course work just
completed in college.

Since considerable time is spent at the dealership, the program requires the student to have a
sponsoring Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep dealer. If necessary, the student can request assistance in locating a
sponsoring dealer. The main responsibility of the dealership is to provide training-related
employment for the student during the work experience periods.

In addition to tuition, fees, and textbook costs, the student is also required, if he/she does not already
have one, to purchase a prescribed basic set of hand tools. The student may purchase additional tools
as he/she progresses through the program. Assistance in obtaining an educational discount may be
arranged for most popular brands. Check with the college before purchasing tools.

Since the student earns while in college, a portion of the costs involved in the program are offset.
Students who qualify may also receive federal financial aid assistance or may be eligible for a
scholarship.

The program requires much effort on the part of the student. The benefits, however, are worth the
effort. The skill levels and potential of those who complete this program will form a basis for
development and progress with the dealer’s organization.

If you are excited by the challenge of a difficult assignment, then MOPAR-CAP may be for you.
MOPAR-CAP is certainly the best way to be trained for professional employment as a technician in a
MOPAR-CAP dealership.

  It is the policy of Southeast Community College to provide equal opportunity and non-discrimination
in all admission, attendance, and employment matters to all persons without regard to race, color,
religion, sex, age, marital status, national origin, ancestry, veteran status, sexual orientation, disability,
or other factors prohibited by law or college policy.
  Inquires concerning the application of southeast Community College’s policy of nondiscrimination
should be directed to the Assistant to the Chancellor for Affirmative Action/Equity/Diversity, Southeast
Community College Area Office, 1111 O Street, Suite 111, Lincoln NE 68508, (402)437-2500, FAX
(402)471-8520, or E-mail jjsoto@sccm.cc.ne.us
               SOUTHEAST COMMUNITY COLLEGE-MILFORD CAMPUS
                 MOPAR COLLEGE AUTOMOTIVE PROGRAM (MCAP)

                                   CONTACT PERSONS

Lyle Neal                                         Rick Morphew, MOPAR-CAP Coordinator
Campus Director                                   Automotive Program Chairperson
SCC-Milford Campus                                SCC-Milford Campus
600 State Street                                  600 State Street
Milford NE 68405-8498                             Milford NE 68405-8498
(402) 761-8224                                    (402) 761-8317
1-800-933-7223, Ext. 8224                         1-800-933-7223, Ext. 8317
e-mail: lneal@southeast.edu                       e-mail rmorphew@southeast.edu

Glen Williams                                     Robin Moore
Transportation/Manufacturing Division Dean        Dean of Students
SCC-Milford Campus                                SCC-Milford Campus
600 State Street                                  600 State Street
Milford NE 68405-8498                             Milford NE 68405-8498
(402) 761-8280                                    (402) 761-8270
1-800-933-7223, Ext. 8280                         1-800-933-7223, Ext. 8370
e-mail: gwilliams@southeast.edu                   e-mail rmoore@southeast.edu

Todd Morrill                                      Joel Dickinson/Doug Meyer, Counselors
MOPAR-CAP Instructor                              Student Services
SCC-Milford Campus                                SCC-Milford Campus
600 State Street                                  600 State Street
Milford NE 68405-8498                             Milford NE 68405-8498
(402) 761-8426                                    (402) 761-8331/8201
1-800-933-7223, Ext. 8426                         1-800-933-7223, Ext. 8331/8201
e-mail: tmorrill@southeast.edu                    (Joel) e-mail jdickins@southeast.edu
                                                  (Doug) e-mail: dmeyer@southeast.edu


NOTE: Any change in student status, questions, or concerns regarding MOPAR-CAP, should be
brought to the attention of Glen Williams.




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                SOUTHEAST COMMUNITY COLLEGE-MILFORD CAMPUS
                  MOPAR COLLEGE AUTOMOTIVE PROGRAM (MCAP)

                          RESPONSIBILITIES FOR PARTICIPANTS

                         Southeast Community College-Milford Campus

- Maintain a current curriculum.

- Appropriate necessary time to initially train MOPAR-CAP instructors.

- Provide training for MOPAR-CAP instructors to update themselves after the initial training.

- Appoint a MOPAR-CAP Coordinator.

- Provide counseling for MOPAR-CAP students.

- Maintain modern up-to-date equipment.

- Provide the Associate of Applied Science Degree in MOPAR College Automotive Program.

- Keep sponsoring dealers informed of student progress.

- Assist dealers with student selection and recruitment.

- Work with the dealership MOPAR-CAP coordinator to assure attainment of work experience
  competencies.

- Conduct cooperative student visitations during work experience quarters.

- Establish a MOPAR-CAP Advisory Committee.

- Schedule Advisory Committee meetings.

- Maintain NATEF Automotive Certification.

                                   Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep Dealership

- Identify interest in being a sponsoring dealer, so dealer name can be made available to interested
  students.

- Appoint an in-dealership MOPAR-CAP Coordinator.

- Interview and select prospective student(s).

- Agree to and sign Dealer/Student agreement or contract.

- Attend orientation meeting.

- Agree to provide "Dealership Coordinated Work Experience" in accordance with the program
  schedule for the duration of the curriculum.

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- Provide related work experience that supplements the student's most recent instruction (to the
  extent possible).

- Agree to pay the trainee during periods of Dealership Coordinated Work Experience time.

- Provide work uniforms for student (both while at college and at the dealership).

- Provide any other fringe benefits in a manner consistent with other dealership employees.

- Participate in Advisory Committee.

                                         Chrysler Corporation

- Help encourage dealer cooperation and support.

- Provide Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep training of MCAP instructors.

- Furnish Southeast Community College-Milford Campus with Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep vehicles and
  components when available.

- Provide Southeast Community College-Milford Campus with essential training materials, including
  audio visuals, booklets, shop manuals, and necessary mock-ups when they are available.

- Oversee student recruitment and selection process.

- Monitor all phases of the program to assure success.

                                                 Student

- Obtain Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep dealer sponsor.

- Agree to and sign Dealer/Student agreement or contract.

- Provide sponsoring employer (Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep dealer) with responsible and productive
  employment.

- Participate in all learning activities at scheduled times.

- Attain a minimum grade of 2.0 in each prerequisite program course to continue.

- Wear work uniforms and safety glasses during campus and dealership training.

- Maintain attendance standards according to college policy.

If the student’s employment is terminated for reasons beyond the student’s control (such as lack
of work) the student may be allowed to seek a different sponsoring dealership. If the student’s
employment is terminated for failure to follow the dealership’s policies (such as attendance,
cleanliness, honesty) or the student is deemed less than competent to perform required tasks, the
student will not be allowed to continue in the program.



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                                        Advisory Committee

- The Advisory Committee controls the content and direction of the training program.

- Membership on the Advisory Committee is made up of dealer representatives, instructors, college
  personnel, student representatives, and Chrysler representatives.

- The purpose of the Advisory Committee is to maintain the high standards of MOPAR-CAP, to
  discuss and make recommendations concerning the program, and to insure that the program
  evolves to meet the needs of the dealers.

                              Dealer/Student Agreement or Contract

The agreement or contract sets the basic rules that govern the relationship between the sponsoring
dealer and the student/apprentice.

The Standard MOPAR-CAP Agreement- the student is fully responsible for college tuition and
needs a sponsoring dealership as a work station while in college. It is hoped that the student would
continue to work for that dealership after graduation.

The Standard MOPAR-CAP Contract- the student and the dealer split the cost of tuition, books,
and supplies (not including automotive tools); and the student agrees to work for the dealer for two
full years upon graduation from the MOPAR-CAP college program.

If the student’s employment is terminated for reasons beyond the student’s control (such as lack of
work) the student may be allowed to seek a different sponsoring dealership. If the student’s
employment is terminated for failure to follow the dealership’s policies (such as attendance,
cleanliness, honesty) or the student is deemed less than competent to perform required tasks, the
student will not be allowed to continue in the program.




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             SOUTHEAST COMMUNITY COLLEGE-MILFORD CAMPUS
               MOPAR COLLEGE AUTOMOTIVE PROGRAM (MCAP)

                           TYPICAL DAILY SCHEDULE

                               MONDAY - FRIDAY


             Monday        Tuesday       Wednesday     Thursday      Friday
             ____________________________________________________________________

8:00 A.M.    Physics       Physics       Physics       Physics       Physics
             Class         Class         Class         Class         Class
             ____________________________________________________________________

             MCAP          MCAP          MCAP          MCAP          MCAP
9:00 A.M.    Technical     Technical     Technical     Technical     Technical
             Classes       Classes       Classes       Classes       Classes
             ____________________________________________________________________

12:00 Noon   Lunch         Lunch         Lunch         Lunch         Lunch
             ____________________________________________________________________

1:00 P.M.    MCAP          MCAP          MCAP          MCAP          MCAP
             Technical     Technical     Technical     Technical     Technical
4:00 P.M.    Classes       Classes       Classes       Classes       Classes
             ____________________________________________________________________




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               SOUTHEAST COMMUNITY COLLEGE-MILFORD CAMPUS
                 MOPAR COLLEGE AUTOMOTIVE PROGRAM (MCAP)

                                   COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

UNIT     TITLE                                                        CLASS LAB CRS.
FIRST QUARTER = 10 WEEKS
CAPP1110 MOPAR SHOP ORIENTATION                                            15        6     1.5
         Introduction to automotive shop procedures and repair. Proper use of hand and power
         tools. This course deals with the many basic elements of automotive repair.

CAPP 1170 MOPAR SHOP SAFETY & REPAIR                                          15        6      1.5
          This course deals with shop safety, OSHA hazard communication standards/hazard
          chemical right-to-know. Thread repair, tube flaring, fasteners, micrometers, and other
          equipment used by the professional automotive technician.

WELD 1181 WELDING                                                       10        8       1.5
          Theory and practice of “GMAW” welding, braze welding, and oxyacetylene cutting.
          Equipment setup, safety, and operation is stressed.

CAPP 1173 MOPAR FUNDAMENTALS                                                20      10       2
          Introduction and use of MOPAR service manuals, warranty flat rate manuals, daily
          time tickets and repair order completion. Overview of service manual groups with
          emphasis on theory of operation of systems and components, Pre-delivery Inspection
          and Master Tech Training.

CAPP 1175 MOPAR ELECTRICAL
          & ELECTRONIC PRINCIPLES                                             110      40      12
          Study of Electronics Training building from electrical principles and concepts through
          automotive semiconductors to microprocessors. Batteries, charging systems, starting
          systems and ignition system principles, operation and testing.

CAPP 1177 MOPAR BRAKE SYSTEMS                                               20       10         2
          Theory, diagnosis and repair procedures of disc and drum brake systems on current
          MOPAR vehicles.

CAPP 1179 MOPAR HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING                                     20        10     2
          Study of theory, operation and repair of air conditioning, heating and ventilation
          systems on late model MOPAR vehicles.

PHYS1150 DESCRIPTIVE PHYSICS                                                45       30     6.0
         Prerequisite(s) and/or co-requisite(s): MATH0950 or equivalent. Conceptual survey of
         physics for the non-science major. Topics covered include motion, fluids, heat,
         electricity, magnetism, waves, and optics. Emphasis will be placed on using concepts
         to analyze physical problems.




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UNIT      TITLE                                                   CLASS LAB CRS.
SECOND QUARTER = 14 WEEKS
CAPP 1901 DEALER COOPERATIVE EXPERIENCE                           (Co-op)      480      12
          Coordinated work experience from MOPAR dealer in accordance with the program
          schedule. Work experience supervised by Southeast Community College-Milford and
          MOPAR-CAP coordinator.

THIRD QUARTER = 10 WEEKS
CAPP P1360 MOPAR ELECTRONIC FUEL SYSTEMS                                       85     55       10
           Study of engine tune-up, oscilloscope use, and MOPAR computer system; including
           basic computer operation, sensor operation, and actuator operation. Theory and
           principles of operation of MOPAR fuel systems: fuel pumps, fuel tanks, filters, and
           emission control systems, MOPAR fuel injection systems.

CAPP 1361 MOPAR DIESEL FUEL SYSTEMS
          AND EMISSION CONTROL                                                 20      10         2
          Theory and operation of MOPAR diesel fuel injection systems: pump repair, operation,
          nozzle repair. Diagnosis and service of diesel electrical and emission control systems.

CAPP 1363 MOPAR ENGINE REPAIR                                                 80      50     9.5
          Study of operation and construction of MOPAR gas and diesel engines. Techniques
          and skills in testing and diagnosing of engine mechanical condition. Cylinder head
          reconditioning, disassembly, inspection, measurement, and reassembly. Accuracy of
          measurements and repair decisions. Correct and safe engine removal and installation.

ENGL1000 WRITTEN COMMUNICATION                                                45                4.5
         Prerequisite: ENGL0950 or appropriate placement score. ENGL1000 is designed to
         develop writing skills for vocational students. Course emphasizes the clear written
         expression of ideas. Process of planning, writing, revising, and editing for a particular
         audience emphasized.


FOURTH QUARTER = 14 WEEKS
CAPP 1902 DEALER COOPERATIVE EXPERIENCE                           (Co-op)      480      12
          Coordinated work experience from MOPAR dealer in accordance with the program
          schedule. Work experience supervised by Southeast Community College-Milford and
          MOPAR-CAP coordinator.




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UNIT       TITLE                                                         CLASS LAB CRS.
FIFTH QUARTER = 10 WEEKS
CAPP P2528 MOPAR STEERING &                                                    30       50   4.5
           SUSPENSION SYSTEMS
           Study of the principles of operations, disassembly procedures, and repair of MOPAR
           steering and suspension systems. Power and manually controlled integral and rack and
           pinion steering gears. Conventional and McPhearson Strut suspensions. Techniques
           and procedures for four wheel alignment and computer wheel balancing, on and off of
           vehicle.

CAPP 2529 MOPAR MANUAL TRANSMISSIONS, TRANSAXLES,
          CLUTCHES, AND TRANSFER CASES                                   60       30       7
          Operating principles and service of MOPAR manual transmissions and related drive
          train components. Diagnosis and repair procedures.

CAPP 2537 MOPAR REAR AXLE SERVICE                                                20       10        2
          Operation, diagnosis, and repair of drive shafts, universal joint axles, axle bearings,
          seals, and differentials on late model MOPAR vehicles.

CAPP 2538 MOPAR ADVANCED DIAGNOSIS, TUNE-UP
          AND DRIVEABILITY                                                     60      40         7
          Advanced tune-up, electrical, and fuel systems. Electronic carburetors, throttle body,
          multiple injection systems, turbo chargers, electronic and computer controlled ignition
          systems, charging systems, and cranking systems. Diagnosis, adjustments, and repair
          procedures using electrical meters, scopes, and infrared diagnostic equipment.

ECON1200 PERSONAL FINANCE                                                        45       4.5
         Prerequisite: Math competency met. Survey of principles and methods of managing
         personal finance resources. An introduction to how economic concepts and functions
         impact personal financial decisions. Topics include: economic concepts, banking,
         saving and investment, credit, major purchases (home/auto), risk management (home,
         life, health, and auto), tax strategies, retirement, and estate planning.


SIXTH QUARTER = 14 WEEKS
CAPP 2901 DEALER COOPERATIVE EXPERIENCE                           (Co-op)      480      12
          Coordinated work experience from MOPAR dealer in accordance with the program
          schedule. Work experience supervised by Southeast Community College-Milford and
          MOPAR-CAP coordinator.




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UNIT      TITLE                                                           CLASS LAB CRS.
SEVENTH QUARTER = 10 WEEKS
CAPP 2745 MOPAR ANTILOCK BRAKE SYSTEMS                                         20      10        2
          Study of operation, diagnosis, and service of electronic brake control systems used on
          late model MOPAR vehicles.

CAPP 2746 MOPAR HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING                                     30      20    3.5
          Advanced heating and air conditioning with emphasis on diagnosis and repair. Theory
          and repair of automatic and electronic air conditioning control systems on - MOPAR
          vehicles.

CAPP 2747 MOPAR BODY                                                           50       30      6
          ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS
          Advanced auto electricity covering theory, testing, diagnosis, and repair of body
          electrical accessories: windows, power seats, windshield wipers, cruise controls, and
          computer controlled body electronics.

CAPP 2748 MOPAR AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS
          AND TRANSAXLES                                                      80       40       9
          Operation, diagnosis, adjustment, and repair of automatic transmissions in rear-wheel
          and front-wheel drive MOPAR vehicles. Removal and installation procedures and
          safety .

CAPP 2749 MOPAR NEW PRODUCT UPDATE                                          20                    2
          Overview of new product features for current model year. Includes available
          MOPAR New Product Information.

SPCH1110 PUBLIC SPEAKING                                                       45                4.5
         Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL1010. Provides both theoretical basis and practical
         instruction for speaking effectively in public. Emphasis on training in basic speech
         skills, development of voice, topic selection, audience analysis, speech preparation and
         organization, researching, strategic and creative language use, effective listening and
         delivery skills, and common types of public speeches, acknowledging the influence of
         various cultural and ethnic backgrounds.




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               SOUTHEAST COMMUNITY COLLEGE-MILFORD CAMPUS
                 MOPAR COLLEGE AUTOMOTIVE PROGRAM (MCAP)

                           STUDENT SELECTION PROCEDURE

1. MCAP APPLICATION PACKET. Individuals interested in becoming MOPAR-CAP
   students will be given a MOPAR-CAP Application Packet that includes general information,
   student selection procedures, an SCC Candidate Dealer Interview Application, and a Dealer
   Approval form. This packet can be obtained through the Student Services Office of Southeast
   Community College.

2. PRE-ACCEPTANCE TESTS. All prospective students must successfully complete the pre-
   acceptance test (COMPASS TEST, ASSET TEST, or ACT TEST).

3. DEALER INTERVIEWS. An interview should be scheduled with interested dealers or service
   managers in participating MOPAR dealerships. Each student is required to be sponsored by a
   Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep dealership and IT IS HIS/HER OWN RESPONSIBILITY TO LOCATE
   HIS/HER OWN SPONSOR.

   You can find a participating dealer anywhere in the state of Nebraska or surrounding states.
   Students experiencing difficulty in locating a sponsor may contact the College MOPAR-CAP
   Coordinator (see page 6).

   Prospective students should bring completed Candidate Application Forms to the interview. If it
   is determined, after an interview, that a dealer will provide sponsorship of an individual, the
   dealer or service manager should return the completed Dealer Approval Form to the MOPAR-
   CAP Coordinator at Southeast Community College-Milford Campus.

4. FOLLOW UP INTERVIEW WITH DEALER SPONSOR. At this interview, the following
   should be discussed:

   a. Arrangements for uniforms at work and college
   b. Hourly wage while working in the dealership
      1. beginning wage
      2. increments as certain educational levels are achieved
      3. wage incentives
      4. benefits
   c. The sponsoring dealer is strongly encouraged to employ the student prior to the beginning of
      the program, thereby starting to develop a mutually beneficial relationship.

5. FINAL ACCEPTANCE AND SCC REGISTRATION. Students will receive a letter of
   acceptance from SCC immediately after the college and dealership agree he/she is in the
   program.




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                  MOPAR/SOUTHEAST COMMUNITY COLLEGE-MILFORD CAMPUS
                          COLLEGE AUTOMOTIVE PROGRAM (MCAP)

                                           CANDIDATE APPLICATION
Please print or type all information.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
Last Name                                       First                                            Middle
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
Address                                                  City/State                                       Zip
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
Home Phone                                                            Date of Birth (Month/Day/Year)

High School from which graduated ________________________________________________________________
Year of Graduation or year G.E.D. completed ________________________________________________________
Did you participate in a high school Mech Ag or Automotive program? _____Yes _____ No
Have you attended other colleges? _____ Yes _____ No
I previously attended _________________________________________________________ (AVTI/College/Univ.)
City/State ____________________________________________________________________________________
Other Educational Experience (Military Schools, Seminars, etc.) _________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
Veteran? ________ Yes ________ No
Any prior dealer contacts regarding MOPAR (MCAP)?                 _____ Yes              _____ No
If yes ________________________________________________________________________________________
                Name of Dealer                                        City, State, Zip

Any prior Dealer Co-op Coordinator contact regarding MOPAR (MCAP)?                          _____ Yes _____ No
If yes ________________________________________________________________________________________
                Contact Person                                                           Date

Career Interest: (In the space provided, write a clear definitive statement of your future goals.)
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
Driver’s License No. ___________________________________________________________________________

Release of Information
I hereby grant permission to Southeast Community College-Milford Campus to share all of my educational records
to include, but not limited to, transcripts, grade reports, attendance information, and test results concerning the
CHRYSLER MCAP Program with CHRYSLER Corporation and the CHRYSLER dealer.

                                         X______________________________________________
                                                              Applicant’s Signature

                                                     Send to:
                                              ADMISSIONS OFFICE
                                        SOUTHEAST COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                               MILFORD CAMPUS
                                               600 STATE STREET
                                            MILFORD, NE 68405-8498

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                              MOPAR COLLEGE AUTOMOTIVE PROGRAM (MCAP)

                                                         DEALER APPROVAL FORM

APPLICANT NAME: _______________________________________________________________

*Applicant: Please submit this form to the college after the interview.

DEALER INTERVIEW: Discuss the following subjects with the applicant. Satisfy yourself that the
applicant meets your standards.

          1. EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE: Every applicant will have a unique background. Prior
             training or experience is not essential for success in MOPAR-CAP but may be valuable in
             certain instances.

          2. SCHOLASTIC APTITUDE: Review the applicant’s potential to complete the academic
             work required for graduation. This can be determined by interview, testing, and consultation
             with the college or high school.

          3. COMMITMENT: MOPAR-CAP is approximately two years in length. The MOPAR-CAP
             student must make an honest commitment to complete all required courses.

          4. EMPLOYABILITY: The applicant should be viewed as seeking permanent employment.
             MOPAR-CAP will help you train your future technician. Is this person someone you could
             employfull-time once the required skills are learned?

          5. CAREER INTEREST. The applicant should express a strong desire to be a professional
             automobile technician. Are his/her goals consistent with the dealership’s needs for the next
             few years?

DEALER APPROVAL: I recommend this applicant for the MOPAR College Automotive Program and
agree to provide sponsorship.

 ______________________________________                                                    ______________________________________
  Dealer/Authorized Representative                                                          Title

 ______________________________________                                                    ______________________________________
  Dealership                                                                                Telephone

 ______________________________________                                                    ______________________________________
  City/State                     Zip                                                        Date

........................................................................................................................................................................
APPLICANT NOT RECOMMENDED FOR SPONSORSHIP

 ______________________________________                                                    ______________________________________
  Dealer/Authorized Representative                                                          Title

 ______________________________________                                                    ______________________________________
  Dealership                                                                                Date

MAIL TO:                 Admissions/Student Services Office
                         Southeast Community College-Milford Campus
                         600 State Street
                         Milford, NE 68405-8498




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Dealer Approval Form (Cont’d.)

 ___________________________________________________________________________________

        ______ Approved for entry into MOPAR-CAP at Southeast Community College-Milford
               Campus
        ______ Alternate (will be notified if space in class becomes available)
        ______ Not accepted __________________________________________________________
        ______ Applicant and sponsoring dealer have been notified of the applicant’s status.

 _________________________
  FOR COLLEGE USE ONLY

 Student Notified _____
 MOPAR TC Notified _____

 _________________________




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Once the student finds a dealer who will provide sponsorship, the student and dealer sign a MOPAR-
CAP Agreement or MOPAR-CAP Contract.

The standard MOPAR-CAP Agreement- The student is fully responsible for college tuition and
needs a sponsoring dealership as a work station while in college. It is hoped that the student would
continue to work for that dealership after graduation.

The standard MOPAR-CAP Contract- The student and dealer split the cost of tuition, books, and
supplies (not including automotive tools.) The student needs a sponsoring dealership as a work
station while in college. The student agrees to work for the dealer for two full years upon graduation
from the MOPAR-CAP Program at Southeast Community College-Milford Campus.

When both student and dealer agree they would prefer to modify the standard MCAP Agreement or
Contract, the dealer should seek legal counsel to alter the wording of the document to suit the stated
wishes of dealer and student. Prior to signatures, one copy of the modified unsigned document must
be sent to the CHRYSLER Zone Office and one copy to MOPAR-CAP National Headquarters for
review.




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MOPAR-CAP DEALER/TECHNICIAN APPRENTICESHIP AGREEMENT

THIS AGREEMENT made this __________ day _____________________________ of , 201____ ,

between ______________________________________________________ (hereafter referred to as

"Dealer") and __________________________________________________ (hereafter referred to as

"Apprentice") in connection with the MOPAR Dealer/Technician College Automotive Program.

MOPAR-CAP - AGREEMENT; The student is fully responsible for college tuition and needs a
sponsoring dealership as a work station while in college. It is hoped that the student would continue
to work for that dealership after graduation.

WHEREAS, Dealer desires to attract qualified candidates to work for fixed periods of time as
technician apprentices under its guidance and supervision, and

WHEREAS, Apprentice desires hands-on technician experience concurrent with educational
training and is willing to consent to a fixed time period of employment with the Dealer,

NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants and promises contained herein,
valuable consideration being hereby acknowledged and received, Dealer and Apprentice agree as
follows:


                             SECTION A - TERMS OF AGREEMENT

This Agreement shall commence on the date that the parties execute this agreement as stated above
and shall continue until the Apprentice has the required amount of time to satisfy the requirements of
Associate of Applied Science Degree at Southeast Community College-Milford Campus.




________________________________________                _____________________________________
            (Apprentice)                                         (MOPAR Dealer)


first copy-Zone Office   second copy- MOPAR     third copy-College   fourth copy-Dealer   fifth copy




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 SECTION B - DEALER'S OBLIGATIONS                                                                 SECTION C - APPRENTICE OBLIGATIONS

 1. Dealer shall during internships assign Apprentice to specified                    1. Apprentice shall enroll in a two (2) year program in dealer technician
    technician work within the Dealer's premises and provide necessary                   studies at Southeast Community College-Milford Campus, and shall
    training, advice and instruction in the proper performance of technician             obtain an Associate of Applied Science degree in Automotive
    assignments. Apprentice training shall consist of, but not be limited to,            Technology. Apprentice shall present evidence of degree to the Dealer
    supervised hands-on experience with technician equipment in the                      immediately after receiving the same. Apprentice shall, during the
    dealership, receipt and explanation of technical manuals used at                     course of each college term, present a report card or other evidence of
    Dealer's facility and interaction with full-time regular technicians                 educational performance prepared by the college to the Dealer for
    employed by the Dealer. Dealer, however, shall be free with respect to               purposes of the Dealer's evaluation as described in Section B(5)(b)
    the scheduling of these assignments.                                                 above. Apprentice's grades and other educational reports presented to
                                                                                         the Dealer shall be kept in strictest confidence by the Dealer.
 2. Dealer shall schedule Apprentice for work during designated term
    breaks at Apprentice's college, holiday periods and such other times as           2. Apprentice shall give Dealer two weeks advance notice of scheduled
    may be agreed between Dealer and Apprentice. After completion of                     college term breaks and holidays in order for Dealer to readily schedule
    Apprentice's college training, Dealer shall schedule Apprentice for full-            Apprentice for work during such periods.
    time, regular employment if through the evaluation the apprentice
    demonstrates his desire and ability to do so.                                     3. Apprentice shall be responsible for the cost of tuition, reasonable and
                                                                                         customary fees imposed by the college and book expenses incurred at
 3. Dealer shall have total discretion in the number of hours per day that               college. Apprentice shall pay tuition directly to the college cashier at
    Apprentice shall be scheduled for work, but it is anticipated that Dealer            such time as the college shall require payment. Apprentice shall be
    shall employ Apprentice on a full-time basis generally worked by                     responsible for any penalties imposed by the college for late payment
    regular full-time technicians employed by Dealer.                                    of his/her share.

 4. Dealer shall state wages and basis for determining wages to be paid               4. Apprentice shall not be entitled to any other compensation, benefits,
    Apprentice during co-op or internship. Such hourly wage shall be                     pay practices or personnel treatment other than that provided by the
    increased in each successive co-op or internship. This increase shall be             terms of this agreement.
    granted if, and as, the skills of the Apprentice improve.
                                                                                      5. Except as authorized by the Dealer, the Apprentice shall have no
5.   (a) Dealer may terminate this agreement for good cause prior to the                 authority to and will not enter into any agreement, written or oral, in
         expiration date stated in Section A upon three (3) days written                 Dealer's name or purporting to bind Dealer. Furthermore, Apprentice
         notice to the Apprentice. Good cause shall consist of any fair and              shall not disclose or divulge, during the term of this Agreement, or
         substantial reason that a reasonable person would apply to dismiss              thereafter, to any person, firm, corporation or association whatsoever,
         regular full-time workers. Such reasons shall include, but not be               other than to Dealer, any information or data received from Dealer
         limited to, unsatisfactory performance (subject to the limitations              concerning any aspect of its operations, products, programs or plans
         imposed in part (b) below), excessive unexcused absences or                     unless such disclosures is first approved by Dealer in writing.
         tardiness, the use of intoxicants and narcotics on Dealer premises,
         fighting or other unruly conduct, actual or attempted theft, fraud or        6. It is understood that Apprentice's entire work product shall be the
         misappropriation of Dealer's property, insubordination and                      property of the Dealer and shall not be disclosed to others without the
         possession of weapons.                                                          written approval of the Dealer. Likewise, any of the Apprentice's
                                                                                         suggestions or ideas which he/she may make known in the performance
     (b) With respect to performance, Dealer shall periodically review with              of duties under this Agreement can be freely used by or on behalf of the
         Apprentice the latter's performance of assigned technician's work,              Dealer without compensation or further obligation beyond that stated in
         attitude and college grades. Apprentice shall be given fair                     this Agreement
         opportunity to improve performance or correct any deficiencies
         noted herein as precondition to good cause termination of this
         agreement. The failure of the Apprentice to improve performance
         of work, attitude and/or grades, whichever is noted at the time of
         the review, to reasonable levels expected by the dealership shall be
         considered good cause for the Dealer to terminate this agreement.

 6. The Apprentice shall be considered an employee of the Dealer only
    during periods of work at the dealership. Dealer shall accordingly pay
    all taxes and secure all statutory withholdings related to the
    Apprentice's employment. The Apprentice shall not be considered the
    employee of the Dealer while the Apprentice is in attendance at
    College, however Apprentice and Dealer shall not be relieved of the
    terms of this agreement during such periods. At no time shall the
    Apprentice be considered the employee of MOPAR, nor shall the
    Dealer be considered in any way the agent or representative of
    MOPAR.




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 MOPAR-CAP DEALER/TECHNICIAN APPRENTICESHIP CONTRACT
THIS CONTRACT made this ___________ day ______________________________ of , 201____ ,

__________________________________________________ (hereafter referred to as "Dealer") and

__________________________________________________ (hereafter referred to as "Apprentice")
in connection with the MOPAR Dealer/Technician College Automotive Program.

MOPAR-CAP -CONTRACT; The student and the dealer split the cost of tuition, books, and
supplies (not including automotive tools). The student agrees to work for the dealer for two full
years upon graduation from MOPAR-CAP at Southeast Community College-Milford Campus.

WHEREAS, Dealer desires to attract qualified candidates to work for fixed periods of time as
technician apprentices under its guidance and supervision, and

WHEREAS, Apprentice desires hands-on technician experience concurrent with educational
training and is willing to consent to a fixed time period of employment with the Dealer,

NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants and promises contained herein,
valuable consideration being hereby acknowledged and received, Dealer and Apprentice agree as
follows:

                              SECTION A - TERMS OF CONTRACT

This Contract shall commence on the date that the parties execute this agreement as stated above and
shall continue for four (4) consecutive years until it expires at 12:00 o'clock midnight on _________
____________________________________, 201___.


                               SECTION B - ENTIRE AGREEMENT

This Agreement shall be interpreted according to the laws of the State of ______________________
and shall be the full and complete agreement between the Dealer and Apprentice, and supersedes any
prior written or oral agreements, expressed or implied, between the parties relating to the same
subject matter.

_______________________________________             _______________________________________
            (Apprentice)                                (CHRYSLER-DODGE-JEEP Dealer)


first copy-Zone Office   second copy- MOPAR     third copy-College    fourth copy-Dealer   fifth copy




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SECTION B - DEALER'S OBLIGATIONS                                                              review, to reasonable levels expected by the dealership shall be
                                                                                              considered good cause for the Dealer to terminate this contract.
1. Dealer shall during internships assign Apprentice to specified                    8. The Apprentice shall be considered an employee of the Dealer only
   technician work within the Dealer's premises and provide necessary                   during periods of work at the dealership. Dealer shall accordingly pay
   training, advice and instruction in the proper performance of technician             all taxes and secure all statutory withholdings related to the
   assignments. Apprentice training shall consist of, but not be limited to,            Apprentice's employment. The Apprentice shall not be considered the
   supervised hands-on experience with technician equipment in the                      employee of the Dealer while the Apprentice is in attendance at
   dealership, receipt and explanation of technical manuals used at                     College, however Apprentice and Dealer shall not be relieved of the
   Dealer's facility and interaction with full-time regular technicians                 terms of this agreement during such periods. At no time shall the
   employed by the Dealer. Dealer, however, shall be free with respect to               Apprentice be considered the employee of MOPAR, nor shall the
   the scheduling of these assignments.                                                 Dealer be considered in any way the agent or representative of
                                                                                        MOPAR.
2. Dealer shall schedule Apprentice for work during designated term
   breaks at Apprentice's college, holiday periods and such other times as                       SECTION C - APPRENTICE OBLIGATIONS
   may be agreed between Dealer and Apprentice. After completion of
   Apprentice's college training, Dealer shall schedule Apprentice for full-         1. Apprentice shall enroll in a two (2) year program in dealer technician
   time, regular employment for the remainder of the contractual term.                  studies at Southeast Community College-Milford Campus, and shall
                                                                                        obtain a certificate of completion or degree. Apprentice shall present
3. Dealer shall have total discretion in the number of hours per day that               such certificate or evidence of degree to the Dealer immediately after
   Apprentice shall be scheduled for work, but it is anticipated that Dealer            receiving the same. Apprentice shall, during the course of each college
   shall employ Apprentice on a full-time basis generally worked by                     term, present a report card or other evidence of educational
   regular full-time technicians employed by Dealer.                                    performance prepared by the college to the Dealer for purposes of the
                                                                                        Dealer's evaluation as described in Section B(7)(b) above. Apprentice's
4. Dealer shall state wages and basis for determining wages to be paid                  grades and other educational reports present- ed to the Dealer shall be
   Apprentice during co-op or internship. Hourly wage increases shall be                kept in strictest confidence by the Dealer.
   granted if, and as, the skills of the Apprentice improve. It will be the
   responsibility of the Dealer to document reasons why the increase                 2. Apprentice shall give Dealer two weeks advance notice of scheduled
   should, or should not be given. Dealer shall pay Apprentice's wages in               college term breaks and holidays in order for Dealer to readily schedule
   accord with Dealer's standard payroll practices. After completion of                 Apprentice for work during such periods.
   the schooling and graduation, Apprentice shall be considered a
   Technician. The Dealer shall pay said Technician wages based on the               3. Apprentice shall be responsible for paying one-half the cost of tuition,
   Technician's skills, performance, and value to the dealership.                       reasonable and customary fees imposed by the college and book
                                                                                        expenses incurred at college. Apprentice shall pay one half the tuition
5. Dealer shall pay one-half of the tuition, usual and customary fees, and              directly to the college cashier at such time as the college shall require
   book expenses incurred by Apprentice at college. Dealer shall pay                    payment. Apprentice shall be responsible for any penalties imposed by
   tuition directly to the college cashier at such times as the college shall           the college for late payment of his/her one-half share. Apprentice shall
   request payment. Dealer shall be responsible for any penalties the                   promptly notify Dealer of all classes cancelled or attrited and any
   college may impose for late payment. The dealer shall be entitled to                 refunds obtained from such cancellation or attrition. Apprentice shall
   one-half of all amounts refunded to Apprentice for cancellation of                   pay the Dealer one-half of such refund within seven (7) days after
   classes or attritions. Dealer shall also promptly pay Apprentice one-                receipt. If not paid, Apprentice hereby consents to an appropriate offset
   half of all other usual and customary fees imposed by college and book               against wages earned during work periods at the dealership.
   expenses upon presentation of a valid receipt of full payment by the
   Apprentice.                                                                       4. Following the completion of college training. Apprentice shall remain
                                                                                        in the employee of the Dealer until the expiration of the contract.
6. (a) In order to retain the Apprentice's services for the duration of the             Apprentice acknowledges this his/her continued employment with the
       contract, Dealer may create an incentive known as the Bonus Fund.                Dealer from the end of college training and until the expiration of this
                                                                                        contract is a material terms of this contract. Apprentice shall promptly
   (b) The Dealer's contributions to the Fund shall not be considered                   notify Dealer of any attempts by other dealers or businesses to acquire
       current income the Apprentice. It shall however be considered as                 his/her services before the expiration of this contract. Dealer or
       an incentive bonus for the Apprentice, payable in full to the                    MOPAR may contact such dealer or business and discuss such
       Apprentice immediately upon the completion of the full term of                   communications.
       this contract and only upon completion of the full term. The
       Apprentice shall not be entitled, nor shall he/ she acquire any               5. If Apprentice shall choose to terminate this contract prior to its
       vested interest in an accrued portion of the Bonus Fund. Similarly,              expiration date, or if Dealer shall terminate this contract prior to its
       the Dealer shall not be required to pay any portion thereof to the               expiration date pursuant to Section A(7)(a), then Apprentice shall
       Apprentice under any circumstances for completing only part of                   receive nothing from the Bonus Fund maintained pursuant to Section
       the contractual term. Immediately upon the completion of the term                A(6) and shall promptly repay the Dealer all sums expended by Dealer
       of the contract, the Dealer shall extinguish the Bonus Fund and pay              for Apprentice's education as described in Section A(5). Apprentice
       Apprentice in cash or check the entire accrued contributions to the              agrees that Dealer may collect such sums by an offset against any
       Fund. The taxability of the bonus shall be the sole concern of the               outstanding wages owed to Apprentice.
       Apprentice.
                                                                                     6. Apprentice shall not be entitled to any other compensation, benefits,
7. (a) Dealer may terminate this contract for good cause prior to the                   pay practices or personnel treatment other than that provided by the
       expiration date stated in Section A upon three (3) days written                  terms of this contract.
       notice to the Apprentice. Good cause shall consist of any fair and
       substantial reason that a reasonable person would apply to dismiss            7. Except as authorized by the Dealer, the Apprentice shall have no
       regular full-time workers. Such reasons shall include, but not be                authority to and will not enter into any agreement, written or oral, in
       limited to, unsatisfactory performance (subject to the limitations               Dealer's name or purporting to bind Dealer. Furthermore, Apprentice
       imposed in part (b) below), excessive unexcused absences or                      shall not disclose or divulge, during the term of this Agreement, or
       tardiness, the use of intoxicants and narcotics on Dealer premises,              thereafter, to any person, firm, corporation or association whatsoever,
       fighting or other unruly conduct, actual or attempted theft, fraud or            other than to Dealer, any information or data received from Dealer
       misappropriation of Dealer's property, insubordination and                       concerning any aspect of its operations, products, programs or plans
       possession of weapons.                                                           unless such disclosures is first approved by Dealer in writing.

   (b) With respect to performance, Dealer shall periodically review with            8. It is understood that Apprentice's entire work product shall be the
       Apprentice the latter's performance of assigned technician's work,               property of the Dealer and shall not be disclosed to others without the
       attitude and college grades. Apprentice shall be given fair                      written approval of the Dealer. Likewise, any of the Apprentice's
       opportunity to improve performance or correct any deficiencies                   suggestions or ideas which he/she may make known in the performance
       noted herein as precondition to good cause termination of this                   of duties under this Agreement can be freely used by or on behalf of the
       contract. The failure of the Apprentice to improve performance of                Dealer without compensation or further obligation beyond that stated in
       work, attitude and/or grades, whichever is noted at the time of the              this Contract.


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              SOUTHEAST COMMUNITY COLLEGE-MILFORD CAMPUS
                MOPAR COLLEGE AUTOMOTIVE PROGRAM (MCAP)

                            STUDENT'S WEEKLY WORK RECORD

          NAME

          DEALERSHIP

          DATE: FROM ______-______-______ THROUGH ______-______-______

          DAILY WORK HOURS                       A.M. TO             P.M.
Enter Task Problem and Solution (complaint, cause, and correction)          RO Number   % Time

Monday




Tuesday




Wednesday




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    Enter Task Problem and Solution (complaint, cause, and correction)        RO Number   % Time

   Thursday




   Friday




   Saturday




                                                                         TOTAL HOURS


VERIFIED BY ___________________________________________ Date ______-______-______
                  Supervisor or Dealer Coordinator

                                            Send to: MOPAR-CAP Coordinator
                                            Southeast Community College-Milford Campus
                                            600 State Street
                                            Milford, NE 68405-8498




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                SOUTHEAST COMMUNITY COLLEGE-MILFORD CAMPUS
                  MOPAR COLLEGE AUTOMOTIVE PROGRAM (MCAP)

                 EMPLOYER’S END-OF-QUARTER STUDENT APPRAISAL

Student Employee's Name: __________________________________________________________

Employer's Name: ____________________________ Location: ___________________________

Work Period: From ___________________ , 201 ______ to __________________ , 201 _______

TO THE EMPLOYER: To better assist you in training the above named student so he/she will
become a more valuable employee, we are asking that you fill out the form. Will you please place a
check in one of the spaces to the left of each characteristic which best expresses your judgment of the
student and return this report to the coordinator of the program.
_________________________________________________________________________________
ATTITUDE-APPLICATION TO WORK                     ABILITY TO LEARN
_____ Outstanding in enthusiasm                        _____ Learned work exceptionally well
_____ Very interested and industrious                  _____ Learned work readily
_____ Average in diligence and interest                _____ Average in understanding work
_____ Somewhat indifferent                             _____ Rather slow in learning
_____ Definitely not interested                        _____ Very slow to learn
_________________________________________________________________________________
DEPENDABILITY                                          INITIATIVE
_____ Completely dependable                            _____ Proceeds well on his/her own
_____ Above average in dependability                   _____ Goes ahead independently at times
_____ Usually dependable                               _____ Does all assigned work
_____ Sometimes neglectful or careless                 _____ Hesitates
_____ Unreliable                                       _____ Must be pushed frequently
_________________________________________________________________________________
QUALITY OF WORK                                        RELATIONS WITH OTHERS
_____ Excellent                                        _____ Exceptionally well accepted
_____ Very good                                        _____ Works well with others
_____ Average                                          _____ Gets along satisfactorily
_____ Below average                                    _____ Has difficulty working with others
_____ Very poor
_________________________________________________________________________________
MATURITY-POISE                                         QUANTITY OF WORK
_____ Quite poised and confident                       _____ Unusually high output
_____ Has good self-assurance                          _____ More than average
_____ Average maturity and poise                       _____ Normal amount
_____ Seldom asserts self                              _____ Below average
_____ Timid                                            _____ Low output, slow
_____ Brash
_________________________________________________________________________________
JUDGEMENT                                              ATTENDANCE
_____ Exceptionally mature in judgment                 _____ Regular
_____ Above average in making decisions                _____ Irregular
_____ Usually makes the right decision                 PUNCTUALITY
_____ Often uses poor judgment                         _____ Regular
_____ Consistently uses bad judgment                   _____ Irregular
_________________________________________________________________________________
                                                                                                  over


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WORK PERFORMANCE:              (Check only items that apply to current or past work experience).

                               Out-            Very                                          Not
                               standing        Good            Average       Unsatis.        Applic.

Automotive Fundamentals

Electrical Systems

Engine Repair

Brake Systems

Steering & Suspension

Manual Transmission
& Axle

Automatic Transmission
& Transaxles

Heating & Air Conditioning


COMMENTS: (Regarding performance objectives)




This report has been discussed with the student:         YES                    NO

Dealership MCAP Coordinator                                              Date

MCAP Coordinator                                                         Date

RETURN TO:                                              RETURN BY:
                MOPAR-CAP Coordinator                                    Date
                Southeast Community College
                Milford Campus
                600 State Street
                Milford, NE 68405-8498




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              SOUTHEAST COMMUNITY COLLEGE-MILFORD CAMPUS
                MOPAR COLLEGE AUTOMOTIVE PROGRAM (MCAP)


                  STUDENT’S END-OF-QUARTER MOPAR-CAP APPRAISAL

Student's Name:                                          Date:
                                         Excellent        Good           Average       Poor
MOPAR-CAP Training Center            5               4               3             2              1
Comments:




Southeast Community College
Milford Campus                       5               4           3             2              1
Comments:




Instructors                          5               4           3             2              1
Comments:




Dealership                           5               4           3             2              1
Comments:




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