WyoTech has three campuses across the United States. Each campus consists of classrooms, laboratory facilities, and work areas.
Here's a brief snapshot about each campus:
Our Blairsville campus is comprised of over 265,000 square feet of shops and classrooms set on over 27 beautiful acres. The campus offers affordable housing in Indy Park and Oakland Rooney. Both dorms offer free bus transportation to transport students to and from campus. More about the Blairsville campus
Our Daytona campus features 100,000 square feet of shop space and 12 classrooms. Daytona is home of the NASCAR Daytona 500 and the world renowned Bike Week, Race Week and Biketoberfest. More about the Daytona campus
The Laramie campus was started in 1966 and has since expanded to its current size of 370,000 square feet of modern shop, classroom and administrative facilities. The campus is spread amongst three unique locations. More about the Laramie campus
Motorcycle Technology Motorcycle Technology WyoTech's Motorcycle Technology program is designed to give you the specialized skills and knowledge you need for a career servicing and repairing today's modern bikes. Whether you're interested in basic motorcycle repair or lookin...
Matt D'AlmaWyoTech Graduate"WyoTech has all different types of engines that you can work on. It gives you balance. They teach you everything."
Mazda & WyoTech Partner to Train Next-Generation Automotive TechniciansAug 13th 2015IRVINE, Calif. (Aug. 13, 2015) -- Mazda North American Operations (MNAO) today announced a three-year partnership with WyoTech, one of the country's premier technical training institutes, which will allow students to graduate as certified Mazda technicians. Mazda will also use WyoTech's state-of-the-art training facilities in Blairsville, Pa. and Laramie, Wyo. to train its top dealership personnel on advanced courses throughout the year.
Top 12 Characteristics of an Electrician: Do You Have What It Takes?Oct 16th 2014Perhaps you had a family member who was an electrician that inspired you, or you've just always had a knack for the trade. But does that mean you should become an electrician? Here are the top 12 characteristics of an electrician that may help you decide.