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Skyline College named No. 1 trade school for automotive in California

Skyline also seeks full-time professor to teach Brakes and Chassis, application now available

San Bruno, Calif.—Among automotive programs in California, Skyline College in San Bruno has been named the number one best value for those looking to start their career in the automotive industry. Best Value Schools examines various aspects of higher learning institutions to provide rankings on various categories. In the “Best 15 Trade Schools in California in 2021,” Skyline College was ranked first based on significantly lower tuition fees and high level of accreditation, as well as its partnerships with local automobile companies and high level of academic support.

Rankings were based on the analysis of best software data from the U.S. Department of Education’s College Scorecard and respective university websites. Out of 233 California trade schools, Skyline College leads the way in the highest standard of excellence.

Skyline seeks full-time professor to teach Brakes and Chassis, application available

Skyline College, located in Northern California, is looking for a full-time professor to teach Brakes and Chassis. The application link is here. The first review date is April 19 and the instructor would start in August.

Additional questions about the position can be directed to Thomas G. Broxholm, Skyline College Automotive Technology Program Coordinator/Professor, at broxholm@smccd.edu.

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