Left side, front to back: Mark Christensen, ASEP instructor; Jordan Gass, student from Omaha (sponsored by Wagner Chevrolet in McCook); and Jake Jones, student from Kearney (sponsored by Killion Motors in Kearney). Right side, front to back: Frank Nutsch, student from Linn, Kan. (sponsored by Melton Motor Co. of Belleville, Kan.); Logan Bardsley, student from Bellwood (sponsored by Ernst Auto Center in Columbus); and Ryan Baker, student from Sioux City, Iowa (sponsored by Knoepfler Chevrolet in Sioux City).
Motors Corp. donated a 2009 Chevrolet Malibu to Southeast Community College’s
GM Automotive Service Educational Program during the 2013 Fall Quarter.
new addition to its training facility will be used in classes to help train
are proud to support training programs that prepare the next generation of automotive
technicians,” said Todd Dawn, GM ASEP and Automotive Youth Educational Systems program
manager. “Our commitment to our customers goes well beyond building a quality
product. Our dedication to excellence starts at the training level by partnering
with schools in communities around the globe to share our collective passion
for the automotive industry and educate, inspire and motivate the technicians
Morphew, chair of SCC’s program, said the partnership between the College and
GM is successful.
alliance between General Motors and the ASEP program of Southeast Community
College works well for both organizations,” he said. “The fact that General
Motors is generous enough to donate vehicles for our ASEP students to practice
on is a tremendous advantage. Our ASEP students will be better trained to repair
GM cars in the GM dealerships when they graduate and start their career.”
GM ASEP program is located on the Milford Campus. Persons wanting more
information about the program can contact Morphew at 402-761-8317 or email@example.com.
1979, GM’s continued commitment to identify and support the GM ASEP colleges
and universities has produced more than 16,000 service technicians. GM ASEP
incorporates advanced automotive technical training with a strong academic
foundation of math, reading and electronics, and both analytical and technical
skills. Students can earn an associate degree while working and learning on the
job, resulting in a solid education combined with invaluable work experience.
More information can be found at www.gmasep.org.