Students in the Collision Repair and Technology program at Fayetteville Technical Community College in Fayetteville, NC, recently showed off their automotive body repair expertise for employers during the school’s Draft Hiring Days.
From Michael Futch’s article on The Fayetteville Observer website:
Mariah Fuentes has been working on cars since she was 10 years old. She would change her mother’s oil and change out the parts, including the alternator and radiator, in her own Nissan Maxima.
At 23, the Fayetteville native is eager to crank-start a career in the automotive industry.
On Tuesday, Fuentes was one of 37 Fayetteville Technical Community College students putting their automotive body repair expertise on display for industry representatives attending the inaugural Draft Hiring Days event at the school’s Collision & Refinishing Technology Center.
The center, which operates from the Military Business Park off Santa Fe Drive, also goes by the name Collision U Santa Fe.
Click HERE to read the entire article about the Fayetteville Technical Community College Collision Repair and Technology program on The Fayetteville Observer website.