Calif. students find career drive in school's automotive program

05/8/2013 | Tribune (San Luis Obispo, Calif.), The

Arroyo Grande High School's new Career Pathways program is giving students technical training in careers they could move into after graduation, and the automotive technology program is booming with new computers and workstations. "We're in the process of developing a fall 2014 electric vehicle conversion course, so students will learn about electric vehicles, hybrid vehicles and fuel cell technology," said Nancy Miller, director of special programs at the California school.

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