All Graduates Have Found Full-Time Jobs as Automotive Technicians
Three DMACC students have recently graduated from the
MOPAR Career Automotive Program (CAP) program and are now employed full-time at their sponsoring dealerships.
Elfego Marroquin of Decorah is an automotive technician at
Decorah Kar Auto Group in Decorah. Logan Schultz of West Des Moines is now working full-time at
Stew Hanson Dodge City in Urbandale. Jeff Feilner of Waterloo has been hired at
Columbia Chrysler in Columbia, Illinois.
DMACC has established a partnership with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) to provide entry-level training for FCA dealership technicians. All three have graduated from the 18th MOPAR Career Automotive Program at DMACC.
“In this program, students spend half of their time at DMACC learning the latest automotive technology on current production FCA vehicles and half of their time applying what they’ve learned at their sponsoring FCA dealership,” said John Russell, MOPAR CAP Professor.
At the end of the two-year program, a student earns an Associate of Applied Science degree in Automotive Technology.
MOPAR is the parts, service and customer care organization within Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. The name derives from a combination of letters from the words MOtor and PARts.
DMACC student Logan Schultz (left) of West Des Moines receives a plaque and congratulations from Stew Hanson Dodge City Service Manager Frank Hansman. Schultz graduated from DMACC’s MOPAR Career Automotive Program (CAP) and is now employed full-time as an automotive technician at Stew Hanson Dodge City.
DMACC student Elfego Marroquin (center) of Decorah receives a plaque and congratulations for graduating from the MOPAR Career Automotive Program (CAP) from KAR Auto Group Co-Owner Kelly Bachelder (left) and Co-Owner Randy Imoehl. Marroquin is now a full-time automotive technician at KAR Auto Group, his sponsoring dealership.
DMACC student Jeff Feilner (right) of Waterloo receives a plaque and congratulations from graduating from the MOPAR Career Automotive Program (CAP) from Columbia Chrysler Service Manager Rocky Boyer. Feilner is now employed full-time as an automotive technician at Columbia Chrysler in Columbia, Illinois.