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CCISD Students Commit to Internships with Area Auto Dealership Partners

This summer, five Clear Creek ISD students will begin paid internship programs at several local car dealerships and retailers. Automotive Youth Education Systems (AYES) forges partnerships between dealerships, automotive retailers and local high schools with high-quality automotive programs.

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Below are the students who signed AYES internship agreements:

Titus Miller, Clear Creek High School, The Shop Off Road

Ricky Lloyd, Clear Creek High School, McRee Ford Quick Lane

Bryan Garcia, Clear Springs High School, Norman Frede Chevrolet

Kelvin Villatoro, Clear Springs High School, McRee Ford

Cameron Hebert, Clear Springs High School, Valvoline Auto Service

AYES partners with CCISD’s Career and Technical Education (CTE) department to provide students in the Automotive Technology program a glimpse into day-to-day operations in an automotive facility, while shadowing an experienced lead mentor and learning alongside industry professionals.

“The Automotive Technology CTE program helps students discover their passion and develop their skills to enter a highly-trained workforce almost immediately after leaving CCISD,” said JT Buford, CTE Program Manager. “We are grateful for the support and long-term partnerships in place with AYES and our automotive industry partners that provide valuable real-world experiences for our students,” he said.

Additionally, CCISD congratulates the five graduating seniors who celebrated the completion of the AYES program with successful internships at automotive repair facilities in the area.

Below are the students who completed the internship program and are set to graduate this month:

Nicholas Johnson, Clear Brook High School, Norman Frede Chevrolet

Sam Greer, Clear Springs High School, Discount Tire Friendswood

Zachary Brunner, Clear Springs High School, Preferred Home Services

Nathan Deschner, Clear Springs High School, McRee Ford

Muhammed Kunjumoideen, Clear Springs High School, The Shop Off Road

“The knowledge that CCISD Automotive Technology instructor, Mr. Hedger, imparts on students is second to none,” said Buford. “He positions his students to succeed in any shop bay as well as in their automotive post-secondary education.”

 

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