School of Trades and Technology
Build your future. Prepare for a lucrative career. With high-tech equipment and specialized training, you will gain hands-on experience to kick-start your career. Whether it’s earning a degree or certificate in Automotive Technology, Welding, Building Trades, or Fire Sciences, there is a place for you at The School of Trades and Technology.
School of Trades and Technology Programs
Become a General Motors service technician in two years through the ASEP program. The program includes classroom work, laboratory experience on current vehicles and products, and practical experience as a line mechanic at a participating GM dealership.
Be prepared for a career in residential construction. Learn the building process from the “ground up,” combining classroom exercises with hands-on building projects. Earn an associate degree or take one of our certificate programs to enter this industry.
Get the necessary skills to service and repair trucks or construction and mining equipment. Whether you work on on-highway or off-highway vehicles, our degree and certificate programs will prepare you to start a career in maintaining these important vehicles.
San Juan College's Drafting program will provide you with a firm technical foundation in a variety of drafting disciplines.
This program is focused on Geographic Information Systems (GIS), the Global Positioning System (GPS), and in the use of satellite and aerial imagery among other mapping technologies.
This partnership with Chrysler offers instruction and hands-on experience with Chrysler vehicles. You will have a paid internship at a participating Chrysler, Dodge, or Jeep dealership, and you will commit to working a minimum of two years after graduation.
The Associate of Arts Degree in Police Science is intended for those students who are already employed by a local law enforcement agency or those who are pursuing a degree as open enrollment students.
Train for a career as a Toyota Motors service technician through the TTEN program. You will receive training in the classroom and laboratory at San Juan College and a sponsoring Toyota dealership. Earn a certificate or an associate degree in this two-year program.
Learn how to weld and fabricate all thicknesses of steel plates and most diameters of steel pipe. Earn an associate degree in welding or take our general and advanced certificate courses to find a career in a variety of industries from construction to manufacturing to aerospace.