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Chrysler MCAP - After Graduation

The Chrysler MCAP program at Mt. Hood Community College teaches you the skills you need to work on Chrysler vehicles. Here are just a few of the career opportunities available to you after graduation.

Future Careers

MHCC Career Coaches are here to help you explore your career options after graduation. Below are a few common paths graduates can pursue.

Automotive Body and Related Repairers

Auto repair involves knowledge of specific techniques, such as the skill required to file, grind, sand, and smooth filled or repaired surfaces using power and hand tools. You will also need to be able to inspect repaired vehicles for proper functioning, completion of work, dimensional accuracy, and overall appearance of a paint job, and test-drive vehicles to ensure proper alignment and handling.

Automotive Engineering Technicians

As an Automotive Engineering Technician, you will set up mechanical, hydraulic, or electric test equipment following engineering specifications, standards, or test procedures. You will also need to be able to read and interpret blueprints, schematics, work specifications, drawings, or charts.

Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics

In these roles, you will be responsible for testing and adjusting repaired systems to meet manufacturers' performance specifications. You will also repair vehicles, such as relining, replacing, and adjusting brakes.

Electronic Equipment Installers and Repairers, Motor Vehicles

In roles such as these, you will do tasks such as splice wires with knives or cutting pliers and solder connections to fixtures and equipment or diagnose or repair problems with electronic equipment in motor vehicles, such as sound, navigation, communication, and security equipment.

First-Line Supervisors of Mechanics, Installers, and Repairers

As a supervisor, you are responsible for performing skilled repair or maintenance operations, using equipment such as hand or power tools, hydraulic presses or shears, or welding equipment, as well as computing estimates and actual costs of factors such as materials, labor, or outside contractors.

Transportation Vehicle, Equipment and Systems Inspectors, Except Aviation

As an inspector, you are responsible for inspecting vehicles or other equipment for evidence of abuse, damage, or mechanical malfunction and ensuring compliance with rules, standards, or regulations.

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