Ivy Tech Community College
1331 E. Washington Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Ivy Tech Community College College was founded in 1963 as Indiana Vocational Technical College. Back then Indiana Vocational Technical College primarily focused on technical and vocational education-but in the more than 50 years sinces, Ivy Tech Community College has grown to Indiana's only full-fleged community college, offering more than 150 degree posibilities, offered through 45 hands-on technical skills programs, as well as more than 100 transfer degree options.
Ivy Tech Community College serves the people of Indiana through 45 regional campuses and learning centers through out the state.
Ivy Tech Community College serve over 150,000 students annually and is the largest public postsecondary institution in Indiana and the largest singly-accredited statewide community college system in the country.
Ivy Tech Community College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
Ivy Tech Community College's mission is to prepare Indiana resident to learn, live, and work in a diverse and globally competitive enviornment by delivering professional, technical, transfer, and lifelong education. Through its affordable, open-access education and training programs, the College enhances the developement of Indiana's citizens and communities and strenghtens its economy.
The GM ASEP program is offered through the Central Indiana campus of Ivy Tech Community College. The Program is housed within the Automotive Technology Program and the hands-on courses are conducted at the Automotive Technology Center within the city of Indianapolis.
The Ivy Tech Community College - GM ASEP program serve the entire state of Indiana. Student are required to travel to Indianapolis for the hands-on automotive technology courses and encourage to enroll and complete the 6 general edcuation courses required for the AAS degree at the Ivy Tech Community College regional campus or learning center closest to their home.
Ivy Tech Community College is a commuter college, meaning the College does not offer dormitories or student housing. The Ivy Tech Community College - GM ASEP program has entered into an agreement with the Stay America extended stay hotel franchisee in Indianapolis and offers the GM ASEP students a reduced corporate rate while completing the automotive technology courses each semester.
Keith is a Christian and proud husband to Laura and honored father to their three grown children; Kimberly , David , and Bryan .
Keith holds a dual-major Master of Arts degree from Ball State University (Municie, IN) in Adult and Community Education, as well as Business Adminstration. In addition Keith holds a Bachelor of Science in Vocational/Technical Education from Ferris State University (Big Rapids, MI) and an Associate of Applied Science in Automotive Technology from Ivy Tech Community College-North Central campus (South Bend, IN).
Keith has been served as the GM ASEP Program Instructor/Coordinator at Ivy Tech Community College-Central Indiana campus since 2009 and as a GM ASEP program instructor sinces 2001.
Keith has served the International Association of General Motors Automotive Service Educational Programs (GM ASEP) since 2010 by serving on the GM ASEP Model Committee, the Fiscal Audit Committee, the Marketing Committee, as the North-Central Regional Vice-President until December 2018, and as Association President beginning January 2019.
Keith currently holds ASE Master Auotmotive Technician Certification, first earned in 1997. As well as ASE L1 Adavanced Level Specialist Certification, first earned in 1999.
Keith currently holds GM World Class Certification, first earned in 2009. (I did not get a leather jacket )
Keith has been involved in the SkillsUSA organization as a State-Level Competition developer and judge beginning in 2000.
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