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Automotive virtual tour: a first step to fueling your future

Considering a career in automotive? You’ve come to the right place! In this YouTube video, you’ll get a snapshot of the power-packed programs at Penn College. Meet automotive instructor Joe Tavani, and take a look inside lab spaces loaded with specialized tools and equipment just like you’ll find in the real world. With small class sizes, intensive hands-on lab experiences, true-to-life internships and the support of dedicated faculty, a degree from Penn College is your ticket to a boundless future. “You can go anywhere in the world – not just in the United States – but anywhere in the world, and have a job,” Tavani says.  “You don’t necessarily speak the language, but you speak the language of the automobile. And if you can fix that, repair that, diagnose that? That, on its own, will get you … wherever you want to go.”

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