STUDENT AUTO SKILLS COMPETITION -- Lyndon Institute seniors, Joshua Faulkner, at left, and Tucker Sizen recently competed in the 2015 FORD/AAA Student Auto Skills competition held in Epping, N.H. Team LI competed against 30 other teams from Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont and finished eighth out of 11 teams for the state of Vermont. As a result of their achievements, they received trophies, tools and financial scholarships. Joshua and Tucker plan to study automotive technology in college. They were accompanied by LI automotive instructor, Dan Camber. The Ford/AAA Student Auto Skills program helps to ensure future technicians are well-educated to meet ongoing changes in the industry. Each year, students compete for nearly $12 million in scholarships and prizes. For additional information, visit www.autoskills.aaa.com.
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