Stephen Reinarts, the Dean of the Automotive Program here at Dunwoody, was a recent guest on the “Ratchet + Wrench Radio” podcast, where he discussed the current state of the automotive field. In this episode, Reinarts discussed his background in the world of automotive, while also weighing in on what needs to be done to […]
Kyle Larkin Automotive Service Technology, ‘18 Cottage Grove, MN Just because Kyle Larkin’s dad, Bob, teaches in the Automotive Department, doesn’t mean it was inevitable that Kyle was going to enroll at Dunwoody. But certainly, spending time in garages from a young age left an impression. “Being in the garage as a little kid — I […]
Dunwoody’s hands-on NATEF-accredited Automotive Department offers training in five manufacturer programs. Discover the Difference in an automotive education from Dunwoody today!
Latest offerings boost Dunwoody’s number of manufacturer programs to five. As the need for Automotive technicians continues to rise, so does Dunwoody’s list of program offerings. Dunwoody will soon offer online, add-on credentials for students interested in working on both Subaru and Audi vehicles. Audi is the College’s first European manufacturer program, which means Dunwoody is […]
For the past two decades or so, Dunwoody’s Automotive Department has celebrated the holiday season in a memorable way. The Warren Building is festively decorated; long banquet tables are packed with crock-pot treats; Toys for Tots donations are collected; and students celebrate the end of their final exams and presentations. This year, however, the annual […]
A 2013 electric Tesla P85 Model S pulling into the Warren Building sparked the interest of Automotive students Wednesday morning. The luxury car visit was made possible by two Dunwoody alumni who work at the new Tesla Motors dealership in Eden Prairie. Todd Teele, who graduated from the automotive program in 1997, is the […]
Dunwoody students performed well again this year in the SkillsUSA Minnesota Contest held last weekend at various locations in the Twin Cities, including the Dunwoody campus. The Collision students, advised by Bruce Graffunder and Bob Brandon, made a complete sweep of the awards, taking first through fourth place in the contest. Kevin Wendt advised two […]
Remember the 1998 Minnesota State Fair? Ryan Stumpf does. He had his photo taken at the Dunwoody booth and received a personalized calendar. And, apparently, even back then he did see himself in a rewarding career — Ryan has enrolled in the Automotive Service Technology program and will be starting classes when Dunwoody begins its academic […]