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Auto Tech Students Earn ASE Certifications

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Greene County Career Center’s emphasis on building the workforce is proven once again as 21 Automotive Technology students earn one or more certifications through the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE). They join more than 300,000 automotive professionals around the country with an ASE credential.

Both juniors and seniors were tested recently in maintenance and light repair, electrical/electronic systems, engine performance, suspension and steering, brakes, automotive service technology and engine repair. Steven Erbaugh, himself a Greene County Career Center Automotive Technology graduate, serves as the program’s instructor.

Students earning certifications include:

Seniors - Gino Adducchio, Beavercreek; Dylan Creech, Xenia; Dharma Crocker, Yellow Springs; Isaiah Estep, Fairborn, Keith Gnau, Xenia; Nathaniel Hamilton, Xenia; Matthew Hellmund, Beavercreek; Vance Horsley, Cedarville; Bradley Litz, Beavercreek; Scott McHenry, Bellbrook; Cameron McPherson, Xenia; Hunter Nier, Cedarville; and Hunter Tinsley, Fairborn.

Juniors - Daniel Barker, Beavercreek; James Giesseman, Greeneview; Jayson Kuhn, Beavercreek; Dylan Malone, Xenia; Luke Miller, Beavercreek; Dominick Passaro, Beavercreek; Paul Purdy, Bellbrook and Dominic Tolle, Fairborn.