Tyler Piercey achieves goal of acceptance into prestigious NASCAR Technical Institute.
Tiffany McHenry works toward independence by pursuing nontraditional career in auto repair.
Blaire Stevison dreams of becoming a NASCAR crew chief.
Matt Dowling uses skills to work on soldier-less Army robots and “intelligent” designs.
On her own while still in high school, Anastasia Boyd learns professionalism in Business Professionals of America.
Martha Wallace finds her dream career through pre-engineering courses.
Seth Booth, former Canadian Valley Technology student, excels in MIT’s engineering program.
In her “dream size” classroom, Kelli Carnes enjoys teaching students excited about science.
Andrew Aday plans a career in biomedical engineering after taking mission trips with his father.
Former engineering major Bryan Kitzrow knows the value of preparation for college engineering success.
Counselor Malena Woodward offers realistic college perspective in biomedical sciences.
Kaylee Price, a high school junior considering a career as a cardiologist.
Sarah Simpson-Warrior applies her math skills in hands-on learning.
Counselor Lynn Gatlin shares her best and brightest students with a pre-engineering program to increase their opportunities.
Julie Smiley-Foster is a Project Lead the Way Sciences Instructor and National Board Certified Teacher.
Jose Hernandez considers a career in pediatric medicine.
Dee Jarvis, Tire Assembly-Mechanical/ Electrical Design Engineer at Goodyear serves as a pre-engineering adviser in hopes of finding “homegrown” engineers.
Spencer Machine Works updates technology and employee training to match customer expectations.
Snap-On partners train diesel technicians in nation’s first Diesel Diagnostic Training and Certification Center.