The Greenville High School Auto Tech Team from Greenville, Ohio, came third place in the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference held recently in Louisville, Kentucky.
From Erik Martin’s article on The Daily Advocate website:
On Friday, it was announced the Greenville High School Auto Tech Team had won third place in the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference held in Louisville, Kentucky.
The team consists of Bryan Flory, Alyson Hardy and Jacob Mann.
The team’s SkillsUSA project, titled “Powering the Future,” explores alternative energy sources for transportation, such as electricity. The students constructed a scale model of a future fuel station, along with video images, accompanied by three students — Alyson Hardy, Jacob Mann and Bryan Flory — each explaining details of the project.
As part of the project, the students have been conducting experiments and tabulating data from its 2012 Chevy Volt electric car, acquired last year with the cooperation of many sponsors. The school grounds also host the county’s first electric car charging station, installed last summer.
Click HERE to read the entire article about the Greenville High School Auto Tech Team on The Daily Advocate website.