The automotive technology program at Suffolk County Community College was named a Top 20 school by Tomorrow’s Tech Magazine.
From Kara Burnett’s and Joshua Pietzold’s article on The Long Islander website:
Suffolk County Community College was named a national Top 20 school for their automotive technology by Tomorrow’s Tech Magazine in mid-September and is in the running to be School of the Year.
The program was acknowledged for its hands-on approach in technological advances based on recommendations from students and alumni, according to Suffolk County Community College (SCCC) Automotive Technology Assistant Professor Jordan Berger.
“I want our students to come and feel so tired because they worked so hard, that when they enter the real world they can be knowledgeable and marketable,” Berger said.
The school submitted a program highlight video, waiting to see if it’ll be selected as one of the four finalists in the competition for School of the Year. Tomorrow’s Tech Magazine will declare a winner on October 31st.
Click HERE to read the entire article about the automotive technology program at Suffolk County Community College on The Long Islander website.