Students from Emmett O’Brien Technical High School in Ansonia, Conn., received a $1,500 tool voucher for the school and more than $30,000 in scholarship awards from Universal Technical Institute (UTI) for winning second place at the Connecticut Automotive Retailers Association Automotive Technology Challenge and the Top Tech Challenge auto skills competition.
From Joan DeCoste’s article on the Connecticut Post website:
Automotive students from Emmett O’Brien High School in Ansonia, Conn., were awarded over $30,000 in scholarships from Universal Technical Institute for earning second place in two automotive technology skills competitions, the Connecticut Automotive Retailers Association (CARA) statewide Automotive Technology Challenge at Crowley Ford in Plainville, Conn., and the Top Tech Challenge hosted at the UTI campus in Norwood, Mass.
UTI admissions representative Michael Balthazrr presented senior automotive technology students Jeffrey Berger of Oxford and Jesse Cavallaro-Dahn of Southbury each with an $8,000 UTI scholarship award during a ceremony held at Emmett O’Brien high school on March 4th for their second place finish at the CARA Automotive Technology Challenge in February. The scholarships can be used at any of the twelve UTI campuses across the United States.
Click HERE to read the entire article about the scholarships from the Universal Technical Institute on the Connecticut Post website.