Automotive students at a Burnsville, Minnesota, high school work on donated and staff vehicles for $40 an hour – earning each student about $350 at the end of the school year.
From Christine Schuster’s article in the Savage Pacer:
In an old bus garage, located a short walk away from Burnsville High School’s main building, a revamped, state-of-the-art auto body shop is operating in full swing.
Burnsville High School senior, Ryan Wolfe, works on installing a new gas line into a rusty 1967 Chevrolet Malibu.
Wolfe began working on small engines at a young age.
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