For the first and third co-op courses, you have the option of purchasing discounted Snap-on tools as part of the program. If you choose not to purchase tools during the co-op, the cost of additional materials and supplies noted in the Estimated Program Cost will be greatly reduced.
During your first semester in the Automotive Technology GM ASEP program, we will assist you in locating a paid internship to be started during your second semester.
The remainder of training alternates between 9 weeks at your paid internship and 9 weeks on campus, Monday-Thursday, leaving you the opportunity to earn additional income on Fridays and weekends. Many students also work mornings, since our classes run from noon to 6 pm.
Some required general education classes are offered in the mornings and Monday nights.
You may also be eligible for additional benefits including employment and tuition reimbursement. You’ll have the opportunity to purchase tools at a substantially discounted rate during your first and third paid co-op internships to use after graduation.
Tools will be provided for students to use while on campus
This program may require professional licensure or certification; FVTC has not determined if this program meets the educational requirements and/or licensure requirements for other states.