Industry Partners

This program begins the journey for high school students to be involved in the rewarding career as a diesel technician. Paid intern programs, on the job training and extended education with Salt Lake Community College to build a career to maintain and service the diesel industry. This program is piloted by government, educational leaders from Jordan and Canyon School Districts and Salt Lake Community College.

Cummins Rocky Mountain

Cummins Rocky Mountain is the exclusive distributor of Cummins Engine and Cummins Power Generation products for the Rocky Mountain, Intermountain and Southwest region.

Komatsu Equipment

Komatsu Equipment Company is the exclusive distributor and services all equipment, supporting many industries that rely on heavy equipment.

Kenworth Sales Company

Kenworth Sales Company sells premium products and superior service to the truck industry in the Intermountain west.

Utah Transit Authority (UTA)

Utah Transit Authority provides public transportation services along the Wasatch Front.  UTA provides services in seven Utah counties

C.R. England

C.R. England is one of the largest carriers in the nation dedicated to providing a comprehensive range of transportation solutions to meet the requirements of a rapidly evolving customer base.

Geneva Rock Products

Geneva Rock Products is Utah’s largest supplier of ready-mix concrete. sand and gravel, asphalt, and construction services along the Wasatch front.

Jordan School District

Jordan School District educates approximately 52,000 students within 34 elementary schools, 10 middle schools, 6 high schools, and 5 special program schools including 2 technical schools and 3 special education schools.

For questions about the Diesel Tech Pathways Program in Jordan School District, contact the Jordan Academy for Technology and Careers at 801-256-5900 or on the website at www.jatc-wj.org

Salt Lake Community College

Salt Lake Community College teaches students the general concepts of diesel systems technology.  Technicians in this field repair and maintain diesel equipment such as:

  • diesel trucks
  • construction equipment
  • mining equipment such as:  bulldozers, cranes and earth movers

Canyons School District

Canyons has approximately 33,000 students in 44 schools. There are 29 elementary schools, eight middle schools, five high schools, and four special programs schools, including one technical school, a special education school and a high school for adults in prison. The district covers 192 square miles and employs 6,000 people.

Contact Ken Spurlock, CTEC Principal