Meet your new community of like-minded individuals whom all share the same passion.
According to real-world examples and recent surveys, the NHAEF reports that auto tech students can graduate with zero debt following this model:
Average tuition: $25,000
Average earnings (on-the-job training): -$22,600
With financial aid/scholarships: -$2,400
= ZERO DEBT
Technicians can work while they complete their final two years of schooling, we call this "earning while they learn". Starting out they will make $15/hr+
As a technician progresses through their career they may have opportunities to earn over $100,000!
According to a recent membership survey, NHADA members offer:
Utilize scholarship opportunities from the NH Automotive Education Foundation to help pay for your tuition at a Community College
"I gave Auto Tech a shot my junior year of high school and ended up falling in love with it. I wanted to do bigger and better things and that's why I chose to do Diesel at White Mountain Community College."
"One thing I want to say to the girls out there is that automotive is a very welcoming community. You belong here and pursuing a career in auto is definitely worth it."