Collision Repair, Automotive Mechanic Students Work on Jeep

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CLEARFIELD – The students in the collision repair and automotive mechanics programs at the Clearfield County Career & Technology Center (CCCTC) worked on Jeep this year.

The students in the collision repair program did a full paint job and installed new fenders. They also added decals.  The students in the automotive mechanics program installed a lift kit and new wheels.

The students in both programs used the skills they learned in the classroom and hands-on training at CCCTC to finish the project.

From left to right are: Chris Eminhizer, Nickolas Allen, Austin Snyder, Josh Coulter, Josh Howard, Victoria Bailor, Hunter Ransdorf, Nathan Graham, Matt Marinel, Derek Bressler, Logan Waroquier, Shawn Miller, Thomas Celli, Noah Rumsky, Matthew Willis, Kaylie Cutler, Aimee Bumbarger and Lundsi Foley.

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