SACRAMENTO – The Automotive Service Councils of California (ASCCA) is proud to partner with its San Diego Chapter to host an informational session and officially launch its new Associate of Science automotive technology degree program September 7, 2018 at Cuyamaca College.
All ASCCA members, high school, and college automotive educators are encouraged to attend this special event to learn how this new degree program will address the critical technician shortage facing independent repair shops, and how it can serve as a model for other California community colleges.
“ASCCA’s Core Purpose is ‘to elevate and unite automotive professionals and give them voice,’ and that includes future automotive professionals,” said ASCCA President Rocky Khamenian. “Thanks to the years of leadership and hard work of ASCCA’s Chapter 24, this program establishes an educational foundation for the next generation of automotive professionals who will lead our industry through the 21st century, and it provides a solution to the technician shortage for independent shops.”
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