Limited openings are still available for the fall 2017 semester for the Illinois Central College Automotive Technology and General Motors-Automotive Service Educational Programs (GM ASEP). The Automotive Technology program is a two-year, ASE/NATEF certified program that prepares students to become automotive technicians at new car and truck dealerships, repair facilities, automotive machine shops, and many other automotive businesses. The GM ASEP program is a ASE/NATEF certified program that specifically prepares students to work as automotive technicians in General Motors dealerships or ACDelco Professional Service Centers. For more information on how to apply for these programs, contact the Agricultural & Industrial Technologies Dept., visit icc.edu/drive.
Additional programs with openings include the Horticulture- Landscape Management and Horticulture- Turfgrass Management, which are two-year associate in applied science degree (career) programs. Openings are available for the fall 2017 semester for the Mechatronics Technology and HVAC/R Technology programs, which lead to an associate in applied science degree (career).
ICC also has open seats at this time in the machine trades, mechanical engineering technology, and welding courses for both this summer and fall.
For more information on how to apply for any of these programs and specific eligibility requirements for each, visit icc.edu/ait.
To schedule an appointment with an advisor, contact the ICC Agricultural & Industrial Technologies Dept. by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (309) 694-5510.