Southeast Community College’s
General Motors Automotive Service Educational Program recently received a 2020
Chevy Equinox and a 2020 Chevy Blazer through GM’s corporate donations program.
GM’s program assists
institutions within the GM Training Network. The vehicles will be used to help
train students in the program and to familiarize them with GM cars, trucks and
SUVs. SCC’s program is on the Milford Campus.
“We are thankful for the
value that General Motors and our area dealers see in our ASEP students,” said
Kevin Uhler, program director. “These new-vehicle donations demonstrate their
continued support to helping our students become highly trained graduates that
can hit the ground running.”
The GM ASEP curriculum incorporates advanced automotive
technical training with a strong academic foundation of math, reading and
electronics, and both analytical
and technical skills.
Students who complete SCC’s
program earn an Associate of Applied Science degree while working
and learning on the job, resulting in a
solid education combined with invaluable work experience. Since 1979, GM’s
continued commitment to identify and
support these college and university
programs has produced more than 18,000 service technicians.
For more on SCC’s GM ASEP
program, click on this link:https://www.southeast.edu/gmasep/