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Dana Partners with UNOH to Support Future Auto Techs

Dana Inc. has renewed its partnership with the renowned University of Northwestern Ohio (UNOH) automotive program. As part of its support, Dana recently donated six full axle assemblies to be used as instructional aids. Victor Reinz gaskets and Spicer parts will be provided for classroom use, as well as informational countermats, digital calipers, and Spicer

NASCAR Partners with NSTA to Launch New Science Curriculum

NASCAR and the National Science Teaching Association (NSTA) have launched a new science and STEM learning curriculum for K-8 science teachers across the US. The racing-themed science lessons will be available free of charge to educators nationwide on NSTA.org.  The collaboration between NASCAR and NSTA, the promoter of excellence and innovation in science teaching and learning,

Inside EFI University

Ben founded EFI University, a high-performance engine training center, in 2003 when he decided to create a weekend seminar to help encourage engine builders to embrace electronic fuel injection. Within the first six months, he was overwhelmed with requests to continue teaching it.

Engine Education and Training in 2021

Today’s tech schools are preparing students to work in all areas of the industry, from racing teams to engine shops. But, how much do they know after graduation?

Higher Revving Education

We’ve all seen the ads in magazines and online for schools, classes and seminars on tuning an ever-increasing number of engines and even transmissions in today’s cars and trucks. The better ones will include the use of a chassis dyno to show real-time results of the step-by-step methods they teach.

Blue Collar? No, NEW Collar Jobs Redefining Labor Day

TechForce Foundation, a non-profit organization focused on championing students to and through their technical education and into careers as professional transportation technicians, has launched its Because I’m a Tech campaign (hashtag #becauseimatech) to coincide with Labor Day. The campaign is designed to educate teens and parents that there’s more than one road to success, that a technical education and career is