LEARN HOW TO ENROLL &
Pathway to INTERNSHIP
T‑TEN IS A HANDS-ON BASED PROGRAM
While in the T‑TEN Program you’ll have the opportunity to intern at a Toyota or Lexus dealership, learning how to diagnose and repair today’s advanced vehicles. You can practice the skills you learn in class with hands-on dealership experience. Plus, many T-TEN students have an experienced mentor for support and guidance every step of the way.
SELECT A SCHOOL
There are thirty-two schools across the U.S. that offer T‑TEN training courses and graduate certification. Select a school below or use the School Locator to find a school with the T‑TEN program.
Not ready to select a school?
Don’t worry, you’ll have plenty of time to do this later.
CONTACT THE PROGRAM COORDINATOR
Connect with the Program Coordinator at a T‑TEN school to get the answers to any question you may have. You can also visit the school’s website to learn more about the program at that school.
Once you are ready to select a school, we’ll connect you to your program coordinator.
COMPLETE THE SCHOOL APPLICATION
Every school has its own application process. Once you have decided on your school, be sure to work closely with your T‑TEN Program Coordinator to ensure you meet all the requirements.
Tips for the application process:
- Some schools have an assessment test.
Be sure to ask your coordinator.
RESEARCH FINANCIAL AID OPTIONS AND DEALER SPONSORSHIPS.
Make sure you apply as soon as possible. The school you are applying to may have a financial aid counselor that can help with the process. FAFSA School Codes also available on each T‑TEN school’s profile.
MEET WITH THE COORDINATOR AND PLAN YOUR ACADEMIC SCHEDULE
If you’re accepted to the T‑TEN program, make sure to attend the student/parent orientation before the semester begins.
T‑TEN schools have their own requirements, which you can learn more about from the website of your school of interest. You can also talk to the school’s T‑TEN program coordinator.
IMPORTANT ENROLLMENT DOCUMENTS
Nearly all T‑TEN students participate in an internship, and getting a dealer internship is no different than finding a job. Your T‑TEN Program Coordinator will help guide you through this process. Each dealerships may have different hiring procedures, but most require: