fbpx
Thursday, 04 August 2022 10:24

TSTC Auto Collision Students Look Forward to the Future

One of the skills Texas State Technical College’s auto collision and management technology students learn in classes is welding. One of the skills Texas State Technical College’s auto collision and management technology students learn in classes is welding. Courtesy of TSTC

Index

...work in a restoration shop focusing on hot rods.

 

Hayden Lipscomb, of Lockhart, TX, is pursuing a certificate of completion in auto collision repair and is scheduled to graduate next spring. 

 

“I love it,” Lipscomb said. “It’s probably the best thing I’m good at.”

 

Lipscomb said he enjoys the real-world applications of his training at TSTC.

 

“It’s a lot of fun,” he said. “Every day I come to class and learn something new.” 

 

He said a can-do attitude goes a long way in the program. He added that doing homework and asking questions can help students succeed in the program.

 

After graduation, he wants to work at Tesla.

 

“I won’t have trouble finding a job because I came to TSTC,” Lipscomb said.

 

TSTC offers an associate's degree in auto collision and management technology-repair specialization co-op, auto collision and management technology-repair specialization and Auto collision and management technology-refinishing specialization, along with certificates of completion auto collision refinishing and auto collision repair and an occupational skills achievement award in basic auto collision.

 

Registration for the fall semester is underway. For more information, go to tstc.edu

 

Source: TSTC

 

Share This:


« Previous Page Continue reading