Missouri-based training program awarded 13th annual honor in national competition.
Based in Kansas City, Missouri, the school is the 13th recipient of the annual award.
This year, the SEMA Show floor had a very special customized vehicle. No, we aren’t talking about a Chip Foose build or Ken Block’s newest racing machine. We’re talking about a completely modified 2017 Ford F-150, customized in part by the automotive department at the Career and Technical Education Center of North Kansas City Schools.
In conjunction with O’Reilly Auto Parts and Tomorrow’s Tech magazine, WIX Filters, a global manufacturer of filtration products, has announced the top four finalists for the 2018 School of the Year competition.
When two senior automotive students at the Career & Technical Education Center of North Kansas City Schools had the opportunity to revive a 1992 Ford Mustang GT, they jumped at the chance to work on the vehicle. The fact that the car would go to the Mecum Auctions’ Kansas City 2017 auction was just a plus.
Mitch Fogle, CEO and president at Lund International, shared his experiences in the automotive industry with students.