Auto and Construction Program
These programs are comprised of rigorous coursework, hands-on practice and real-life problem solving. Students drawn to our CTE Programs are those that -
The Auto & Construction programs prepare students for a variety of post-secondary options including two and four-year colleges, apprenticeship programs, or direct entry into the workplace. The programs meet curriculum requirements for Minneapolis Public schools and offer three tracks to specialize in: Automotive Services (Mechanical), Auto Body Repair (Collision), and Construction.
Students may earn college credits and certifications that further enhance their marketability in the workforce and beyond. Students choosing between the three specialized tracks are able to explore coursework that is most interesting to them.
Automotive Services (Mechanical) Track
Roosevelt's Automotive Services program is the state’s premier technology program that allows students to earn up to 23 college credits. As the auto industry continues to grow and require new technologies and innovations, technicians will continue to be in demand. Students take part in paid internships and scholarship opportunities, preparing them for post-secondary education programs and a promising future.
Today, professional automotive technicians are earning up to $60,000 or more per year (source: National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation). Turn your passions into your future.
Auto Body Repair (Collision) Track
Students in the Auto Body Repair (Collision) track acquire the skills to pursue entry-level technician positions in the collision industry or receive advanced standing when enrolling at technical colleges. Internships are also available to expand students’ knowledge outside the classroom. In addition, students can earn up to a semester’s worth of credits in courses like:
Students in the Construction Track experience a wide range of “on the job” experiences, including job shadowing, classes and fieldwork in residential construction and paid internships. Students can earn post-secondary credits with local colleges and the University of Minnesota in courses like:
The Auto & Construction program offers opportunities to broaden learning beyond the traditional classroom through:
For information about applying to the Auto & Construction Program, please contact:
Automotive and Construction
Phone: (612) 668-4851
Fax: (612) 668-4810
Automotive & Construction
4029 28th Ave. South Minneapolis, MN 55406
Telephone: 612.668.4800 | Fax: 612.668.4810
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