Skills Center students ask your vote on video
Wednesday, January 18, 2012
You can help students in the Auto Technology program at the Clark County Skills Center win between $5,000 and $25,000 for their school’s shop.
The students made it into the final round of a national video contest called “Why My High School Auto Class Shop Class Needs a Makeover,” which is put on by an Arizona nonprofit linked to the Universal Technical Institute.
Winners will be determined by a combination of judges’ and online votes. To vote for the Skills Center video, enter http://bit.ly/zSyDbR into your browser and hit “like.”
Winners will be announced Friday.
The Skills Center is run by 10 Southwest Washington school districts and provides technical and professional training to high school and college students.