Students Learn Car Repair and Customization in High School

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June 14, 2019—Students at Thomas Edison Career and Technical High School in Queens, N.Y., are getting real-life experience in auto repair and car customizing, according to FOX 5. The students can graduate with a trade skill that can take them in many directions in their future career.

Will Castro, who has done luxury vehicles for hip hop artists like Nas and Nicki Minaj as well as baseball players, has been instrumental in forging business relationships with the school through the Skills USA program, giving students real job training in the classroom, fixing and customizing cars.

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