January 25, 2017

Pictured from left to right, Luis Rojas – Secondary Auto Tech, Krystal Fabian – Cargill Nuterna, and Tristan Manley – Secondary Auto Tech

Pictured from left to right, Luis Rojas – Secondary Auto Tech, Krystal Fabian – Cargill Nuterna, and Tristan Manley – Secondary Auto Tech

Sterling, CO, January 12, 2017 – Northeastern Junior College (NJC) Automotive Technology secondary program received a donation from Cargill Nutrena. The funds will go to help students with their Skills USA project and competition fees. Skills USA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce.

NJC Secondary Automotive Technology competes in contest through Skills USA in Automotive Service Technology, Diesel Equipment Technology, among others. The Skill USA club members also maintain a 1968 Pontiac GTO drag race car, were the top preforming students race staring in April at the Julesburg Drag strip.

For more information about Automotive Technology program at NJC contact Richard Moon or Jason Hazlett.

A blue 1968 Pontiac GTO drag race car maintained by the Skills USA club.

The Skill USA club members also maintain a 1968 Pontiac GTO drag race car.