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Jennifer Eklund Women in Automotive Technology Automotive Tech Program
Evergreen Valley College CalWomenTech Home

Women, want to test-drive a new "green" career?
Become an Auto Technician specializing in Hybrid-Alternative Fuel

Help curb pollution and help yourself to a great career. Let Evergreen Valley College (EVC) put you on the fast track to this exciting new career area. Learn more about a career as an Auto Technician specializing in Hybrid-Alternative Fuel.

See what women working in this field say about their careers:
Diane Ontivares
Instructional Lab
Technician II

Diane Ontivares went from working in an auto loan department of a bank to supporting students at EVC's Automotive Technology Department.
Jennifer Eklund
Student and Student
Lane Technician

Jennifer Eklund went from working in retail to servicing cars at a smog-station and finishing her degree in Automotive Technology at EVC.
Susie Chivers
Auto Mechanic
Susie Chivers went from serving ice cream at Thrifty's to becoming a certified auto mechanic due to her determination and the help of a mentor at EVC. Her son (above, left) followed in her footsteps.

Read about EVC's Automotive Technology Program.
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in Automotive Technology

The CalWomenTech Project is Funded by The Program for Research on Gender in Science and Engineering from The National Science Foundation - Grant no. 0533564

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