The school is seeking new instructors to staff its new 90,000-sq.-ft. expansion and accommodate its growing student body.
This first-of-its-kind partnership with the University of Wyoming will help maintain agricultural equipment for the university’s Laramie Research and Extension Center.
A women’s organization at the auto and diesel trade school is trailblazing in the skilled-labor workforce.
Growing enrollment not only a sign of economic times, but also of the increasing value students see in auto, diesel trades.
The WTI Foundation is creating scholarships for students to pursue education and training in the automotive technical trade.
New leadership is bringing back the school’s initial legacy of giving students first-class training, preparing graduates to achieve great success in their careers.
Under the new five-year cooperative agreement, WyoTech will assist Mack Trucks and Volvo Trucks in identifying and recruiting highly qualified graduates to work as diesel technicians in dealerships across the United States.