From Elizabeth Frantz’s article on the Concord Monitor website:
Each Wednesday afternoon a group of young women have been taking over the automotive garage at Concord Regional Technical Center. They rotate tires, change oil and figure out why that pesky “check engine” light is on.
During the day, the automotive shop is filled with almost all boys, but after school it becomes the “All Girls Garage.”
After successfully changing a tire – twice – 11th-grader Sana Khan talked about how the new program has allowed her to explore something she wouldn’t otherwise be exposed to.
“It’s a golden opportunity,” she said.