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Jeff Muecke

Vice President of Field Admissions

Universal Technical Institute , Inc.

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Universal Technical Institute , Inc.

16220 North Scottsdale Road Suite 100

Scottsdale, Arizona,85254

United States

Company Description

Headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona, Universal Technical Institute, Inc. (NYSE: UTI) is the leading provider of post-secondary education for students seeking careers as professional automotive, diesel, collision repair, motorcycle and marine technicians. With...more

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Its STEM week so we try to educate counselors, teachers and administrators about the opportunities of being a technician and by doing that, we bring them to where technicians are working, so they get to see the end product what it would take after you go through school, said Jeff Muecke, vice president of field admissions at UTI.
UTI offers training programs in the automotive, diesel, collision, Nascar, motorcyle and marine industries. If you take a look at the job industry today, its unfortunate but there is such a shortage of technicians, Muecke said. As baby boomers retire, there is more of a need for millennials to move into the industry, he said. The supply for technicians is really low and the demand is off the charts, he said. As these baby boomers are leaving the field we need new entry-level technicians, and we dont have a source to get them. To meet the demand in California, there needs to be 37,000 technicians every year until the year 2022, he said. Bodner, who attended UTI and also teaches at a community college, says he tries to teach his students that there are other options than attending a four-year college or working at a garage.


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Sunday gridiron chef Jeff Muecke leans over a sizzling grill in the sweltering heat of an early September morning on the University of Phoenix Stadium's Great Lawn.
Outfitted in what must be his finest Cardinals regalia, Muecke seems to be immune to the intense heat filling his tent as he and his 60 friends await the Cardinals 2011 home opener. Jeff Muecke, (pictured in the center), fed more than 60 tailgaters at his Bird Cage on the Great Lawn with the help of some friends. "We have five trucks loaded to the top," Muecke says when describing the ride over from Litchfield Park to Glendale. For Muecke, whose day job is vice president at Universal Technical Institute, it doesn't get any better than this. On this particular afternoon, Muecke served up a mouth-watering array of dishes including 40 pounds of juicy tri-tip, nearly four gallons of chili, flour tortillas and flank steak. "First of all, it's the pre-game atmosphere," said Muecke, who sits donning a Cardinals straw hat with a large, protruding beak. "It's so much different than just going to a game and parking your car. Back at the "Bird Cage," Muecke is happily serving each visitor a piece of his tender, well-marinated tri-tip. It's clear why they won the Arizona Cardinals Tailgaters of the Year for 2009, which the group proudly announces via its tent. For the honor, Muecke was given the opportunity to travel to different NFL venues. For the Green Bay Packers-New Orleans Saints game on Thursday, Sept. 8, he fed up to 90 people at Lambeau Field. It won't be any different when the Cardinals take on the New York Giants on Sunday, Oct. 2, at University of Phoenix Stadium. "On the average, I have not cooked for less than 60 people," he says. "The Giants game, I'll be cooking for over 90 people.


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