From the NJ.com website:
When Gloucester County Institute of Technology seniors Aaron Bowers and William Pitt walked away with top honors in the Top Tech Challenge at Universal Technical Institute last month, they brought home more than a cool trophy.
The automotive technology students came back with a solid plan for their futures.
Pitt and Bowers won full scholarships to UTI to continue their studies. They also won a $10,000 toolbox for their school and a few thousand dollars in Snap-On Tools, also for the school.
Standing in GCIT’s large automotive technology classroom — which includes standard classroom fixtures like tables and chairs, along with cars and trucks in various states of repair — the students talked about their achievements and their goals.
“I started the program in my freshman year after middle school,” Pitt recalled. “I really wasn’t sure what I wanted to do, but I knew I liked hand-on, especially with cars.”