Leila has had a taste of the workforce while still in her senior year. Student of the Month is sponsored by Continental.
Wyatt passed all 10 of his ASE Student tests in his first semester. Student of the Month is sponsored by Continental.
Keeley Whitmer plans for a career as a master tech and diagnostician or field service engineer.
When a welding technology and automotive technology instructor stumbled on an old broken down Chevy Suburban, they brought three programs together for one big project.
At the forefront of the changing heavy-duty landscape is Guilford Technical Community College (GTCC)’s new Center for Advanced Manufacturing.
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.
If you want to truly enjoy a classic car, while pushing it to its performance limits, there’s a race for that: The Great Race. So, when a local businessman approached Georgia Northwestern Technical College (GNTC) to participate in The Great Race’s X-Cup college and high school division, it was an opportunity they couldn’t pass up.
What do you get when you combine the top engineering and automotive students into one class? You get the Lafayette Jefferson High School (JHS) High Mileage class, where a need for speed combines engineering and mechanical know-how to create the most efficient vehicle for the racetrack.
The East Community Learning Center (East CLC) automotive program in Akron, Ohio, hosted its first classic car show on June 2, featuring local classic cars and motorcycles.
A lot of great things come out of Akron, Ohio. East Community Learning Center (East CLC) of Akron Public Schools has big plans for its automotive program and the future of its students.
On a sunny Saint Patrick’s Day in Melbourne, Florida, six automotive programs and one collision program under Brevard Public Schools combined forces to put on their very first Brevard Public Schools Car Show.
In Maryville, Missouri, the collision students at Northwest Technical School were transported to the past when they refinished a Berkshire green, 1957 Nash Metropolitan.