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I am looking to learn about cars hands on during summer. Any oppertunities?

Asked by musicman997 (105points) June 3rd, 2009

I love cars, and want to learn how to fix/ upgrade them. Maybe get paid for doing it?

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ubersiren's avatar

Are you old enough for a job? Call around to some mechanics and see if you can do any assisting. Or better yet, seek out some auto classes at a community college.

musicman997's avatar

Im actually at work right now at a dealership. But to my knowledge no one is hiring a 17 yr old assistant at a dealership as large as this one. I think my best bet would be a community college. Thanks for the advice

ubersiren's avatar

There you go! Good luck.

jeffgoldblumsprivatefacilities's avatar

You could also spend your summer learning about spelling and grammar.

FrankHebusSmith's avatar

If you want to learn about cars you either need to go to a trade school, go to college to be an automotive engineer, or buy a project car and get started.

hungryhungryhortence's avatar

The shop foreman or service director of your dealership will be a good source to recommend successful vocational schools and areas of popular training for you.

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