GM ASEP program a winner

GM ASEP
SCC's GM ASEP program takes 21 months to complete.

The General Motors Automotive Service Educational Program at Southeast Community College is the Quarter 2 winner of the ACDelco GM ASEP School Challenge.

SCC's GM ASEP program is located on the Milford Campus.

Southeast produced many great images and videos on social media that detailed a thriving GM ASEP program and great young auto technicians. The challenge is a social media content showdown with GM ASEP schools in the United States. A school and its GM ASEP students that produce the best social media content each quarter will receive ACDelco swag such as hats, shirts and backpacks and a $5,000 power tool package for their school.

The Q3 event is under way and ends April 30.

Rick Morphew is chair of SCC's program. Mark Christensen and Jon Kisby are instructors. Persons interested in enrolling in SCC's program should contact the Admissions Office at 402-761-8243.

Program students are encouraged to connect with ACDelco on social media. Current ASEP students are the best fit, but soon-to-graduate students and even alumni all have great ASEP stories to tell and help their school. Students can connect with ACDelco on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Google+.

The user-generated content that students produce for social media also highlights SCC's ASEP program. Go to SCC's GM ASEP Facebook page, www.facebook.com/gmasepscc, to look at examples of telling the ASEP story.

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For more information contact:
Stu Osterthun
Administrative Director of Public Information and Marketing
402-323-3401
sosterthun@southeast.edu