Auto-Tek Workforce Development Is Growing

Auto-Tek Workforce Development is seeking to fill a full time “B” tech position.

Technician must be proficient with modern repair procedure software and have own tools.

Must be capable of performing repairs on multiple makes and models and have at least 3 years’ experience.

This is a teaching environment and so the ability to stay on task and help set the pace is critical to your success.

Monday – Friday 8am-5pm

Hourly or Flat Rate pay scale available. Wage is dependent on experience.

If this position interests you please reach out.

Auto-Tek Workforce Development


The Miracle of the Box Truck

You’ve heard the saying, God works in mysterious ways, well this is one of those times.  In the late fall of 2020 a local HVAC company, Sky Heating and Air Conditioning donated to our organization one of their box trucks.  It was a very welcomed donation, but it would need some money put into it for rehabbing it and removing the vehicle wrap for Sky Heating.  It’s a narrow market for box trucks, and we were a little unsure about our ability to turn it around.

Then it happened- we were informed that our lease for the Tualatin site was being cancelled and we were given 45 days to shut down operations and move out.  Suddenly, we had need to be able to move equipment and we were in possession of a box truck with a lift gate!  God had blessed up with a box truck that we could use during this time of need and we didn’t need to absorb the expense of a costly rental. 

That timely donation of the box truck enabled us to move out from Tualatin, and then when we were ready to move into our new Oak Grove location we were still in possession of this gift.  We used that truck to get our equipment moved from our storage site to the new location, and now it is ready to begin its next chapter with a new owner.  God’s timing is perfect.

How you can help

Donations of cars, truck and now box trucks are always appreciated as they bless Auto-Tek, its interns that learn on the vehicles and those who purchase them

Donations of funds help us fund our interns and operations and keep the mission of training and providing benevolent auto care viable.

Thank you for your prayers and support of Auto-Tek Workforce Development

A Story of Hope: “Faith-ship 2020”

John (name is changed) had a job, one child at home, and his wife in the hospital having their second child when his car broke down.

We received the notification of their need from one of our non-profit partners. The car was not feasible to fix.
I remember the call that day. As I looked at our frail inventory I knew there was nothing we could do to help. I told John we would be praying for him, but we had nothing to meet their need. I hated those answers from my lips. But, then it happened…
A Ford sedan with limited issues was donated to us that day.

We made the move to get it in the shop and focused our efforts on the few repairs it needed. We were able to have it ready the next day.
John later told us that they were praying for a miracle. His 5-year-old (who likes spaceships) calls the Ford “Faith-ship 2020.” Oh, and mom and baby are doing well! 

Every effort from Auto-Tek Workforce Development to help others is often a partnership. We might be at the forefront, but it is a collaboration of 3rd party referrals and our supporters, like you.

Thanks to the generosity of our donors, we have been able to provide automotive repairs at no or reduced cost for those who are less fortunate, and get local families back into a dependable car so they are able to get to work and other activities in today’s mobile world.

4 Years Strong, Thanks to You!

As 2019 comes to fast-paced-close we can’t believe we are approaching the end of our 4th year. We have grown so much this last year, both in depth and in mission.

We look back at what we have been able to accomplish knowing there is much more we can and need to do. Many of you have been the source of God’s resources raining down on us and we are so grateful. You have provided the fuel that lets us give the blessing to many. As we provide for others, we see the tears of joy, the thankful hearts, and are humbled by the opportunity our God and you have given us.

Some of 2019 accomplishments include:

– Provided $30,000 of benevolent care to those in need in our community

– Gifted 3 vehicles to families in need

– Paid for 3000+ hours of training for 1 full-time and 3 part-time interns

– Worked with 3 students from Tualatin High School’s work force experience

– Hired an operations manager

Thank you so much for your prayers and your support. Please pray for us as we continue our mission

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