Advisory Boards provide information, counsel and recommendations to the individual auto technician programs and are made up from the community it serves. These boards generally consist of former students, currently employed auto technicians, employers and people whom could represent consumers interests.
What you can expect:
Why do it:
Whether an auto technician, employer, educator or consumer, we all rely upon a skilled automobile workforce to keep New Hampshire rolling. A leadership and advisory role gives you a voice and the satisfaction of giving back to an industry that you’ve benefited from. Most rewarding is the joy derived from observing how these programs transform young people’s lives by giving them opportunities and a career.