A Fox Valley Tech program prepares high school students for an in-demand career. As high school graduates gravitate towards four year schools rather than the automotive or tech schools jobs continue to be left unfilled. According to Wisconsin TechConnect 216 jobs opened up in the automotive technicians field, a number that continues to grow. Todd Knorr launched the Automotive Youth Education Systems program to help high schoolers without an autos class to learn the field and get hands on experience. In their first graduating class this year 15 students graduated and all have found jobs in the automotive field proving to be a lucrative option for kids.