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Donations Add Horsepower To Automotive Programs

Hyundai Motor Corporation of America has donated vehicles to the automotive education programs at two New Jersey schools.

Screen Shot 2015-12-17 at 8.46.56 AMHyundai Motor Corporation of America has donated vehicles to the automotive education programs at two New Jersey schools.

From the Shore News Today website:

Two local schools have received some key tools they need to keep students sharp and prepared for entering the job market – new cars.

Hyundai Motor Corporation of America has donated vehicles to the automotive education programs at Egg Harbor Township High School and Atlantic County Institute of Technology, donations which will allow students to leave school with real-world skills required to repair today’s automobiles, according to school administrators.

Both schools rely on donations because the purchase of vehicles is not in a typical school budget. And when it comes to learning about cars, the newer the vehicle, the better.

Click HERE to read the entire article about the donations made by the Hyundai Motor Corporation of America on the Shore News Today website.

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