Earn an AAS in the General Motors Automotive Student Educational Program (GM ASEP)
GM ASEP teaches students exclusively on current GM vehicles and combines a paid dealership internship with four semesters of classroom and lab instruction. Graduates work in GM dealership repair centers as entry-level technicians.
How to Enroll
The first step is to meet with a GCC Automotive Technology Advisor to find out how to become sponsored, which is required to be accepted in this program. Read other program requirements.
During your first 8 weeks of the semester, you will take intensive, hands-on classes. During the latter half of the semester, you will work alongside experienced dealership technicians who serve as mentors.
ASEP instructors are factory trained and certified by GM to meet both ASEP and ASE/NATEF requirements. This ensures that our curriculum meets or exceeds industry standards. Instructors are required to update their skills annually and meet challenging and constantly evolving standards.
GM provides new vehicles, training components, training aids and factory special tools for students to work with and learn from in a closely supervised and structured environment.
Students and GM dealers receive credit for a majority of the GM Service Technical College curriculum upon successful graduation.
Valley Chevrolet, GMC, Buick, and Cadillac dealers and ACDelco Total Service Support service centers are eligible to sponsor GM ASEP students. Learn more about the national GM ASEP program.