- Gudelsky Institute for Technical Education - Rockville
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Faculty and Staff
Office Location: Rockville Campus, TC 208
Educational BackgroundBA, Interior Design, Fashion Institute of Technology SUNY
MS, Supervision and Administration in the Visual Arts, Bank Street College of Education
Office Location: Rockville Campus, GU 149
BiographyMr. Carretta is an ASE Master Certified Technician with 20 years’ experience working in the automotive field as a repair technician. He also has the EPA609 Refrigerant Certification. Mr. Carretta has been an Associate Professor at the college for 10 years. He teaches WDCE courses which include Brakes, Suspension & Steering, Electricity, Engine Repair and Engine Performance and teaches the credit courses AUTO220 Automatic Transmissions/Transaxles & AUTO270 Automotive HVAC. He has an AAS Degree in Automotive Technology from Montgomery College and is completing his BS Degree at Weber State University.
Office Location: Rockville Campus, GU 208
BA Philosophy, Northeastern Illinois University
MA Political Science, Loyola University Chicago
MA Government and Politics, University of Maryland
Office Location: Rockville Campus, GU 246
BiographyMs. Anderson initially served the Automotive Technology Program as Instructional Lab Assistant. She accepted a full-time faculty position in 2005 and assumed the role of Program Director - Automotive Technology in 2006. Her teaching assignments include AUTO 101 Intro to Automotive Technology, AUTO 150 Brakes and AUTO 161 Automotive Electricity I. Ms. Anderson is an ASE Master Certified Repair Technician and holds EPA 609 certification. She earned an A.A.S. in Automotive Technology from Montgomery College and a B.A. from Shepherd University.
Mr. Bourgstein has over 30 years of experience in the automotive industry and has filled several different positions including Line Technician, Shop Forman, Service Advisor and Service Manager. He started at Montgomery College in 2011 as a part-time adjunct Professor teaching AT101 Introduction to Automotive Technology in the evenings while also working at repair facilities during the day. His time with the credit program has included instruction for AT 263 Chassis Circuits, AT 283 Engine Performance, among others. Some of his industry certifications include ASE, EPA609 Refrigerant Certification, Ford, Toyota, Lexus, Chrysler & Chevy Factory training. July 2020, he became a full-time member of the Automotive program by accepting the Technical Training & Development Coordinator position working primarily with WDCE courses which include Brakes, Suspension & Steering, Electricity, Engine Repair, Engine Performance and Automotive HVAC.
Steve is a current ASE Master Certified Technician with L1, L3, G1 and EPA 609 certificates. He attended Montgomery College (1980-1982) and earned a Certificate in Automotive Technology. Steve also earned an A.A.S in Electronic Technology from Frederick Community College and a B.S in Computer Information/Science from University of Maryland University College (now UMGC). After 37 years as working as an Automotive Technician with countless hours of factory training from Mazda, Saab, VW, GM, Nissan and Mercedes-Benz, Steve changed his vocation to teaching. Back to school again, Steve took courses to become a MSDE Certified Teacher for Automotive Technology, Technical Education and Computer Science. He joined MC as a Full-time Faculty member for the Fall 2019 semester. Steve has taught, AUTO 099, AUTO 101, AUTO 111 and AUTO 140
Office Location: Rockville Campus, GU 249
BiographyMr. Ennulat initially served the Automotive Technology Program as Instructional Lab Assistant. He accepted a faculty position in Fall 1996 and now primarily delivers electrical instruction. Albert worked his way through college as a service technician, was first ASE Master Certified in 2000, holds EPA 609 certification through MACS, and received a B.A. in Education from the University of Maryland in 1992. He has taken courses in Mechanical Engineering and studied Automotive Design in CA.
Office Location: Rockville Campus, GU 206
Office Hours: Tu 3-5 p.m., Th 3-5 p.m., F 11:45 a.m.-12:45 p.m.
BS Business Administration, Upper Iowa University
Office Location: Rockville Campus, GU 207
BS Business, University of Maryland
MS Management, University of Maryland University College
BS Science In Technical Education
MS Integrating Technology In Education
National Board Certified Teacher
AA Management of Construction, Montgomery College
Master Code Professional, International Code Council
BA Foreign Language in Spanish, George Mason University
AAS Air Conditioning and Refrigeration, Northern Virginia Community College
AAS, with major in air conditioning and refrigeration. Northern Virginia Community
College, Woodbridge VA. May 1997.
Refrigeration Environmental Protection Association (CFC) Certified Universal Technician, February 1994.
Certified advance SCU operator for System 600/Apogee, Siemen Tech. Building Automation System.
Certified low pressure and high-pressure steam engineer, by National Association of Power Engineers.
Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation, Board for Contractors. Richmond,
VA. Trade Designation: Master HVAC/ Gas Fitter. Expiration Date: February 2021.
State of Maryland, Department of Labor Licensing and Regulation. Board of Stationery Engineers. Trade Designation: Second Grade Engineer. Expiration Date: April 2021.
State of Maryland, Department of Labor Licensing and Regulation. State Board of HVACR Contractors. Trade Designation: Master HVAC. Expiration Date: September 2019.
This department is part of MC's Applied Technologies and Gudelsky Institute for Technical Education Instructional Area.