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Old 12-20-2011, 02:17 AM   #1
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how many people have heard of wyotech?
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Old 12-20-2011, 09:32 AM   #3
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Re: WYOTECH

I guessing most have since they have commercials on TV all the time. What do you want to know about it?
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ive heard it costs WAY to much for what you get out of it and most of the people after getting jobs in the industry and looking back regret going that route~ but I am sure for every unhappy person there are happy people~ but it is costly to go that route.
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Well I was just wondering who heard of it cuz I go to school there right now an it is costly an at first it feels like u wasted your money but after a while u really learn a lot I think it was the best choice I made.
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Re: WYOTECH

each person and their career choice can vary the results, but many said after graduating they help you get a job but most hate that and quit so that messes with the placement percent stuff they talk about. They find you jobs changing oil etc for no money but claim they helped you find a job in your field etc.

decide where you want to work and go talk to that business and find out how they feel about that school and what other options you have if not that so you can make the best informed decision.
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Just talked to a buddy who goes there. Says it sucks. (The state not the school.) Lol i cant blame him. I cant think of anything that could be fun in Wyoming, i dont even know if im spelling the state correctly. But i heard good things about the school. Although, to be fair, i dont think the school would tell you about the bad.
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Wyotech here in california sucks. It's all a sales tactic that preys on the lower and middle class people with little to no job skills. I went there for like 4 months. It cost 3,000 bucks. The program is about 32 grand total. It's rape. Teachers there don't care, and do very little hands on work with the overly populated classes and students who are actually eager to learn. Try and retain the knowledge on how to rebuild an engine within a month everyday after work with tons of idiot ghetto *** d bags around you and worthless teachers. Save yourself the trouble and go buy the book for 50 bucks and take your ASE tests. That'll save you about 30 gs. id rather buy a new mustang. And Good luck getting a job after wyotech, there are waaay too many techs comming out of there.

This is just my experience. Read, read, read.
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Old 12-20-2011, 06:02 PM   #9
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Well the one in Laramie Wyoming is ok but the only down part is the weather we got down to -30 like a month ago
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Thread revived. Check your local community colleges. I am in the automotive degree program at a nearby college just to stay in school and I have to admit the class size is small (diminishes after every semester, too), and I get hands on experience to the extent of getting an engine to break down and rebuild.
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