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    Placement/Transfer 94%

    That's right! Ninety-four percent of SCC's 2013-2014 graduates found work or continued their education.


You're a Good Fit: General Motors Automotive Service Educational Program

  • Here’s what it takes to become a successful technician:

    • High mechanical ability
    • Good basic math skills
    • Good communication skills (must be able to read, understand and follow written directions, must be able to read manuals and computer-generated instructions, must be able to express oneself clearly verbally)
    • Computer proficiency
    • Detail-oriented (someone who does a job thoroughly and completely)
    • Is both a sequential and analytical thinker (can organize ideas to determine what needs to be done, step by step)
    • Is a “mind-on” as well as a “hands-on” kind of person
    • Has the ability or willingness to work cooperatively as part of a team