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Tabitha Hardy’s Childhood Excitement Turned Hands-on Career | UTI

Greasy hands, complex machines and a passion for solving problems. These are the building blocks of trade school graduate and Crown Lift Truck’s Mechanic, Tabitha Hardy.Her journey to become a skilled technician began a long time ago, back when she was a toddler and discovered her passion for working with her hands. One might say she was born with the need to fix things, as her grandpa was also a mechanic. “I used to go with him and work on things,” she reflects on her childhood.Knowing that she wanted to work in a similar field but needed to develop her skills, she enrolled in the 16-month Energy Technology program. Here she trained to turn her hobby into a career, learned from caring instructors with real-world experience and graduated with an associate of applied science.*Watch her story to learn more about her education and what she’s doing now!For more information regarding energy technology training programs at Universal Technical Institute, visit about our campus locations: additional information into specific courses, tuition and admissions, see the course catalogs at more examples of how Universal Technical Institute has shaped the careers of many of today's technicians, visit find the nearest UTI school near you, visit stay up to date with some of the latest news regarding UTI, join us on social media.Facebook: X (Twitter): Instagram:*MIAT is an educational institution and cannot guarantee employment or salary. For program outcome information and other disclosures, visit

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