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					CAREER TRAINING SCHOOLS

Tri-County Technical College - http://www.tctc.edu/

New Students - Whether you’ve decided to continue your education at Tri-
County or you’re just exploring, you’ll find lots of helpful information here.
Check out our programs and services, and then browse through a few "tried-
and-true" success strategies–there’s something here for everyone!

Courses, Programs, and Schedules -
http://www.tctc.edu/prospective_students/courses_schedules/index.html

Scholarship Information & Application -
http://www.tctc.edu/prospective_students/getting_started/financial_aid/
scholarship.html


ITT Technical College, Greenville, SC –
http://www.itt-tech.edu/campus/school.cfm?lloc_num=72

ITT Technical Institute is a leading private college system offering
technology-oriented programs at this South Carolina college. Be a part
of the Greenville college location and enroll in one of more than 100
ITT Technical Institutes in over 30 states. ITT Tech offers career-
focused degree programs available at this South Carolina college
location. Visit the Greenville, South Carolina college campus today.


Piedmont Technical College – http://www.ptc.edu

9-Point Checklist for Enrollment - http://www.ptc.edu/admissions/Checklist.htm
Programs & Courses - http://www.ptc.edu/academic/default.htm

Scholarship Opportunities - http://www.ptc.edu/ssc/scholarships.htm

Financial Aid - http://www.ptc.edu/fininfo/

Greenville Technical College - http://www.gvltec.edu/

Finding the right college fit is a good feeling. Greenville Tech welcomes you with an open door
policy, so you won't be turned away based on test scores or admissions limits. If you're ready
to get the education you need to qualify for a good job or to move up in your career field, the
                                 college that works is waiting.

  Choose from over 160 programs geared to the hottest career fields. Area employers tell us
what their needs are, and we listen, adding new programs and changing existing programs to
ensure a ready supply of well-qualified workers. We're strong on follow-through, too, checking
with those who hire our graduates and with the four-year colleges that accept our transfers to
                     make sure we're providing a high-quality education.

                       Here is a complete list of courses and schedules.


Scholarships – http://www.gvltec.edu/admissions_registration/gtf_scholarships.html
       Application for Scholarships -
http://www.gvltec.edu/students/forms/scholarship_application.doc
The Greenville Tech Foundation, Inc., was organized in 1973 as a non-profit
corporation for the purpose of seeking community support for Greenville
Technical College. Students should contact the Financial Aid Office to apply for
scholarships administered by the Greenville Tech Foundation, Inc. before the
May 1 deadline. The endowed scholarships that are available for students is a
long list – check the webpage above.


Universal Technical Institute, Inc. - http://www.uti.edu/
Training in Auto/Diesel Mechanics & Collision Repair
Training in Motorcycle Mechanics
Training as a NASCAR Technician
Training in Marine Mechanics

“Looking for a school that can help you find a job after you graduate – UTI.”

Scholarships - http://www.utifoundation.net/ScholarshipFund/Scholarship/tabid/57/Default.aspx
                 http://www.uti.edu/tabid/139/Default.aspx

*** Our very own Tyler Sherbet won the 2008 Jeremy McGrath Scholarship
for motorcycle racing mechanics worth $20,000. He is attending UTI in
Orlando, Florida. Look at it under scholarships and you to can win a
scholarship to UTI.

Nashville Auto-Diesel College – http://www.lincolnedu.com/schools/nadc
Established in 1919, Nashville Auto-Diesel College is committed to the success of its
students. The first course offered at the school was auto mechanics. Diesel engine
training was added in 1935, and Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology was added
to the curriculum in 1946.
Since 1946, NADC has been approved for veteran’s training and about 30 states use the
school for the training of the disabled through vocational rehabilitation.
    You can become part of a 90 year automotive tradition and a student population that
    includes students from all 50 states and 62 foreign countries. Set in a campus
    environment, NADC also offers a full service cafeteria, two dormitories and off-campus
    apartments.
    At Nashville Auto-Diesel College we can help you start your future in the automotive
    industry, now.

    How will I pay for school?

    Cash Payments
    Whether it's savings, earnings from a part-time job, or a monetary gift from a family member, take a moment to
    survey what you have saved or what you may earn from working during your education. You may be surprised.
    Cash payments can be made in a variety of ways:
            100% on your start date
            Equal payments made at the start of each semester
            Equal monthly payments made over the length of your program

    Title IV Funding
    (Available to Qualified Applicants)
    Title IV Funding is federal financial aid, including Stafford, PLUS loans and Pell and Supplemental Educational
    Opportunity grants intended to help cover the balance of school costs after any cash payments. The loans,
    designed for students and parents, feature special interest rates and can be repaid over a maximum of 10 years.
    The grants, which do not have to be repaid, vary depending on financial need (the Supplemental Educational
    Grant Opportunity is for students who demonstrate exceptional need).

    Private Funding
    Private funding can be used to supplement your Title IV financial aid, or, if you choose, private funding can function
    as your main source of school financing. For more information about the private funding available, contact a
    campus near you .

    Scholarships and State Grants
    Scholarships are awards that do not have to be paid back. In general, Lincoln scholarships may be awarded to
    promising students who have excelled in their class work and displayed leadership abilities in their schools and
    communities. Our campuses offer a number of scholarships to graduating High School Seniors through our

    Scholarship Testing. This is a basic skills test given at certain schools throughout the year.

    There also may be specific scholarships for enrolled students that our Admissions Department can help you apply
    for once you have been accepted and enrolled. State Grants may also be available depending on your individual
    state. Since institutional scholarships and State Grants may vary for all locations and have individual application

    criteria, it is best to contact a campus near you to receive more information.
WYOTECH – http://www.wyotech.edu/programs
What Program Is Right For Me?
If you want a career where you can work with your hands, then
WyoTech can help give you the skills you need to succeed.


We offer programs in a variety of career fields, and it's our desire to provide you with
everything you need to start working in the career for dreams. To help you decide on a
career path, take a look at some of our core training programs.

We offer career training in many popular tech-based career fields:

Automotive Technology

Students in our automotive technology love working and tweaking engines. This program
is all about diagnosing engine problems, and learning how to get these engines running
right. This automotive program covers everything from engine rebuilding, engine
maintenance, drivetrain systems, and of course working on the chassis. This program is a
must for anyone who loves spending time wrenching engines in their garage.

Learn more about our Automotive Technology program.

Collision Refinishing

If you're a fan of MTV's Pimp My Ride, and want to work in automotive body
construction, this is the program for you. This program is all about learning the skills to
weld, repair, and refinish a vehicle. You'll learn metal cutting procedures, cosmetic
repair, paint chemistry, masking techniques, color plotting and mapping, and so much
more. This is one of those programs built for someone who wants to work in the creative
field of collision refinishing.

Learn more about our Collision Refinishing program.

Diesel Technology

How does working on big diesel engines sound? Yeah, these engines are amazing, and
our program will give you the training and confidence to start wrenching on diesel
engines in big rigs, bulldozers, tractors, transport refrigeration systems, and so much
more. Yeah, this program is for someone who wants an adventurous career working on
the biggest engines in the business. You'll work on big engines by Caterpillar, Detroit,
Cummins, John Deere, Mack and Deutz, and International. So think about a career in
Diesel Technology.
Learn more about our Diesel Technology program.

Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)

Our Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning programs provide students the skills to
work in HVAC service and repair.

Learn more about our HVAC program.

Marine Technology

Ever consider working on watercraft engines? Careers in marine technology are perfect
for trained technicians who enjoy working on propulsion systems, inboard engines, stern
drive systems, and outboard marine engines. If you think you'd enjoy a career working on
marine engines, you should definitely learn more about this program.

Learn more about our Marine Technology program.

Motorcycle Technology

Our Motorcycle Technology program is all about learning the technical skills to diagnose
service and repair motorcycle engines. This program is perfect for students who love
motorcycles, and want to learn how to optimize engines for peak performance. And who
doesn't love the sound of a rumbling chopper getting ready to take off? Courses in this
program include a study of motorcycle fuel systems, suspension systems, brake systems,
and working with two and four stroke engines.

Learn more about our Motorcycle Technology program.

Plumbing

As the plumbing industry changes with new technology, the industry needs qualified
plumbing professionals who can adapt with the changes. Our plumbing program provides
students with the training to understand uniform plumbing code, plumbing piping
systems, blueprint reading, and heating systems.

Learn more about our Plumbing program

Electrical Program

If you've ever considered becoming an Electrician, then you should definitely check out
this program. Graduates of this short-term program are qualified for entry-level positions
as repair electricians, programming electricians, commercial and residential electricians,
preventative maintenance electricians, field service electricians, and installation
electricians.
Learn more about our Electrician program

				
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