Read career information about a career in Automotive Technology
Listed below are recent articles that describe the Automotive Technology occupation. Don't forget to also read our Women's Success Stories and Role Models in the News for both more career information and to see what it's like to be a woman in this job. You'll also want to look at the Women in Automotive Technology Associations and the Women in Technology links to get a complete picture.
Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics in California
Occupational details and outlook for automotive service technicians and mechanics in California. You can customize your report to include job openings in your area.
California LaborMarketInfo, 2008.
Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association
The AAIA is a non-profit trade association with 2,700 member companies from the motor vehicle aftermarket industry. Includes calendar of industry events, member directory, national meetings, and general industry news.
Automotive Industry Action Group
The Automotive Industry Action Group is a globally recognized membership organization which provides an open forum where members cooperate in developing and promoting solutions that enhance the prosperity of the automotive industry. Includes training and certification, as well as events.
Automotive Oil Change Association
The Automotive Oil Change Association (AOCA) is a non-profit trade organization representing the automotive service industry. Includes educational training, annual convention and general industry news.
Automotive Service Association
The Automotive Service Association (ASA) is a non-profit trade association serving independent automotive service professionals. ASA provides its members with more than 35 benefits designed specifically for automotive service businesses and professionals, including business aids, financial services, uniforms, insurance and publications. Includes an educational membership discount.
Automotive Service Councils of California
ASCCA is a membership organization of independent garage owners association in California. Membership in ASCCA offers you a chance to network with local auto repair businesses and the chance to participate in education and training seminars at chapter meetings. This includes a local chapter in San Jose.
Automotive Trade Organizations of California
Automotive Trade Organizations of California (AuTO-CA) is a non-profit trade association representing the owners of more than 400 automotive aftermarket businesses statewide. Membership benefits include group discount rates on group insurance, legal services, publications and more.
International Automotive Technicians' Network
The International Automotive Technicians' Network is a membership organization and the largest network of automotive repair professionals in the world. The members of this group exchange technical knowledge with their peers around the globe. Membership benefits include live conferencing, waveform library, technical service bulletin database and more.
International Automotive Technician's Network (iATN) Forum
Forums for members of the iATN including topics such as HVAC, Technical Discussion, Emissions, Technical Theory, Tool & Equipment, and Industry Events.
Automotive Industry Action Group E-Newsletter
Sign up for AIAG e-newsletters to keep them informed on AIAG initiatives, events, guidelines, standards and training, and other AIAG activities. Must have a registered account to receive updates. Registration is free.
Automotive Technician Forum on Indeed.com
Share tips, advice, questions and concerns with other Automotive Technicians.
Thompson Automotive Labs Forum
Discuss techniques, fixes, and general technician concerns with professional automotive technicians.
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