The 2017-18 academic year has just gotten underway, and the Automotive Services program has already made it a priority to help others.
Recently, Cheryl Skaj came to Automotives for some help on a truck that had belonged to her husband who recently passed away. The truck was hard to start after sitting overnight, so she knew it needed work but is on a fixed income.
After diagnostics, the students installed a fuel pump, fuel tank, and fuel filter on the truck free of charge.
The Automotives instructors are in consensus in saying: “We are happy to help the community whenever we can, and it’s always an amazing feeling being able to help a person in need."