From Erik Martin’s article on The Daily Advocate website:
Automotive representatives from the area assembled at Greenville High School Thursday to discuss the latest happenings at the school’s Auto Tech program and to view the school’s SkillsUSA project for the 2016-2017 year.
Auto Tech Instructors Jim Anderson and Travis Nicholas were on hand to take questions from the Automotive Technology Advisory Committee, consisting of area car dealerships and repair shops, businesses which employ students from the Auto Tech program.
The instructors talked to the representatives about the junior Auto Tech students, and how they consider it a strong group.
“We had 22 kids apply and accepted 16 initially,” said Anderson. “We will bend that number of we think the kids are capable.