Woodward student graduates from DMACC’s College Automotive Program

Des Moines Area Community College student Casey Janssen, center, of Woodward receives congratulations for graduating from the Chrysler College Automotive Program at DMACC from DMACC President Rob Denson (left) and DMACC Industry and Technology Dean Scott Ocken.

Casey Janssen of Woodward has graduated from the Chrysler College Automotive Program (CAP) at Des Moines Area Community College.

Janssen is now working full-time as an automotive technician at his sponsoring dealership, Stew Hansen Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep of Urbandale.

CAPlogoDMACC established a partnership with Chrysler, also known as Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, in order to provide entry-level training for dealership technicians. Janssen graduated from the 13th Chrysler CAP at DMACC.

In the CAP program, students spend half their time at the community college, learning the latest automotive technology on current-production Chrysler vehicles, and half their time applying this knowledge at their sponsoring Chrysler dealership, according to CAP Professor John Russell.

The two-year program leads to an Associate of Applied Science degree in Automotive Technology. For more information, visit the DMACC CAP Program website.


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