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Tahoma Auto Tech students earn ASE Student Certification

February 21, 2018 Leave a comment Go to comments

Please congratulate these Tahoma High School Automotive Technology students for earning ASE Student Certification. This industry-recognized credential shows their dedication to learning both in the classroom and in the shop. There is currently a huge shortage of qualified automotive service technicians. These students are taking initiative to close the skills gap by learning a trade that can lead to a long-term, well respected career in the transportation service industry.

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Pictured (L to R)

Luke Thompson (Instructor), Back Row: Andrew Bagnall, Garrett Stockman, Mel Davidson

Middle Row: Robert Vangelder, Jeremy Waler, Dorien Bettcher

Front Row: David Henry, Jaxon Reynolds

  1. Deb Wood
    February 23, 2018 at 9:52 am

    Congratulations, Gentlemen! Very proud of your skills and accomplishments. Kuddos to your awesome teacher as well. Tahoma rocks.

  2. Matlock
    February 23, 2018 at 11:22 am

    Great job David we’re proud of you

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