Ranken Automotive Technician

Ranken Automotive Technician Apprenticeship teaches students skills in auto industry, helps earn educational credential and pays part-time wages


Automotive technology is a practical application of knowledge about self-propelled vehicles or machines. Apprentices learn about engine construction, fuel and ignition systems, power trains, brakes, transmissions, electronic and diagnostic equipment, and more.

Program Benefits

  • 5 Semester long with over 100 credit hours of college instruction;
  • Over 1250 hours of paid internship at sponsoring automotive dealer throughout the region;
  • Includes Ford, GM, Honda, Toyota and Audi training/sponsorship;
  • Successful participant are awarded an Associate Degree and can earn numerous ASE certifications up to Master Mechanic.

Ranken Line Shop/Microenterprises is a work-based experience providing students with industrial training on Ranken campus. Students are assigned to industry-sponsored work cells, which manufacture products and/or services purchased by participating companies. Students receive a part-time salary of $ 8 - $12/hr and college credit.


  • GED/High School Diploma 
  • Age 18 years or older 
  • Able to pass background check with finger printing and drug screening 
  • WorkKeys Assessment: Reading-4, Math-4 and Locating Information-4


Please call (314) 589-8000.

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