Students train for careers in auto mechanics

Health and Science School | Beaverton, OR
June 11, 2015

Aloha High School’s automotive tech program prepares students for careers in mechanics with hands-on learning. From engine reconstruction to electrical wiring, students learn the technical aspects of car repair and real work skills, making them sought after by dealership and auto shop owners.

Student Reporting Labs reporters from Health and Science School in Beaverton, Oregon talk to a student about the course.

Produced by: Nitzny Barragan, Holly De La Cruz, Esther Cordero, Donya Daniel and Lorena Regino, students at Health and Science School in Beaverton, Oregon.

SRL Advisor: Jared Agard

Mentor support provided by Cat Wise and Oregon Public Broadcasting.