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PCC Auto Students Get Access To Subaru University

Pueblo Community College's automotive service technology program has formed a partnership with Subaru University.

screen-shot-2016-09-08-at-9-17-18-amPueblo Community College’s automotive service technology program has formed a partnership with Subaru University.

From Jon Pompia’s article on The Pueblo Chieftain website:

Students in Pueblo Community College’s automotive service technology program will now have access to another institute of higher learning: Subaru University.

Announcement of this innovative partnership was made Wednesday at Subaru of Pueblo, with PCC students and representatives joined by Jeremy Hamm, managing partner of Subaru of Pueblo.

The first two levels of the web-based Subaru program will be a required part of PCC’s automotive service technology curriculum. All students will complete these levels with the option to complete the more advanced third level — all at no cost.

Click HERE to read the entire article about Pueblo Community College’s automotive service technology program on The Pueblo Chieftain website.

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