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Forge Your Path

We’re WyoTech.

A place for those who know their brand and forge their path. From all over the United States, these stories capture WyoTech students as they complete their specialty projects in time for graduation. Every story is unique, but they all share a love for the trades.

The Drifter

When Alex followed his passion, it led him to WyoTech. WyoTech teaches automotive repair skills and unlimited creative expression through cars. For his automotive project, Alex restored his 1997 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am WS6. Alex received a job offer before graduation, and is now restoring vintage European cars. His dream job.

Green Bastard

Tucker entered WyoTech after having worked in a shop his whole life, and he loved every moment of it. Attending WyoTech fine tuned his automotive skills, growing his confidence with every class. His lifelong goal is to work on fast cars in Montana, doing exactly what he loves back in his hometown. For his automotive project, Tucker restored his 1980 Dodge D150, nicknamed “Green Bastard”.

Big Blue

Zak loves big machinery, and WyoTech set him on a career path in diesel. For his automotive project, Zak worked on his 1991 Dodge W250. With the guidance from WyoTech instructors, he was able to rebuild “Big Blue” better than ever. His dream is to own a fabrication shop, allowing him to manufacture parts directly to customers.

The Cajun

New Orleans native Ryan enrolled in WyoTech to become a tradesman in the automotive industry. Ryan was determined to restore his grandfather’s 1958 Bel Air Impala for his graduating automotive project. WyoTech is proud to share Ryan “The Cajun” Chaisson’s path.

The Wagon

Power and adventure all on four wheels. What’s not to like about a suped up wagon? In this episode of Forge Your Path we follow WyoTech student Hayden, as he talks about his Subaru Outback overhaul and his passion for the automotive industry.


Diesel student Carson is making a career out of what he loves to do, and applying everything to his 1990 Dodge W 250 ‘Archy’ along the way. Named after the stunning Arches National Park, ‘Archy’ is being custom built to rock crawl its difficult terrain–all inside WyoTech’s classrooms.