Students at Universal Technical Institute’s (UTI) Avondale, Arizona, campus have a welcomed addition to the Diesel Tech program: a state-of-the-art Penske sleeper.
“Hearing from professional, successful women in the industry brought a new level of education to our students, one that can’t be taught in the classroom,” explained Jacqui Arcidiacono, employment services director for UTI-Exton.
Gregg Mangione, Penske Truck Leasing senior vice president of maintenance, stated that company truck technicians can learn many new things in "our system."
Universal Technical Institute students (UTI) are invited to apply for the Penske Truck Leasing Diesel Excellence Scholarship, a $3,000 scholarship awarded each quarter to up to three students.
Penske recruiters will participate in career fairs at University of Northwestern Ohio (UNOH) and Universal Technical Institute (UTI) schools nationwide throughout October to fill a variety of positions.
Penske is seeking qualified diesel technicians throughout May at the following schools: Universal Technical Institute (UTI), Lincoln College of Technology, Vatterott College, WyoTech and University of Northwestern Ohio (UNOH).
Penske Truck Leasing recently announced the latest winners of the Penske Truck Leasing Diesel Excellence Scholarship, which is awarded quarterly to students enrolled in the auto/diesel program offered at several of the UTI campuses across the country.
Fall 2013 and Spring 2014 Winners
A dedication ceremony took place earlier today at Universal Technical Institute (UTI) Philadelphia in Exton, Pa., to commemorate a 1,900-square-foot multipurpose room that was funded by Penske Truck Leasing. The “Penske Room” will serve as a venue for student and staff activities: presentations, training seminars and student-peer tutoring sessions. It will become an active classroom and lab.
“One of our largest employment needs is skilled truck maintenance technicians and maintenance managers,” stated Bill Jacobelli, Penske’s senior vice president of maintenance. “We value our relationship with UTI to hire graduates to maintain our 6,600-person North American truck maintenance workforce and field maintenance management.”