GM ASEP Program Donates Vehicles to Local High School Auto Departments Through Shoreline

Peter Smith (left), Cascade High School automotive instructor poses with Scott Main, Shoreline's GM ASEP instructor in front of one of two vehicles donated to the high school through the GM ASEP program.

Peter Smith (left), a Cascade High School automotive instructor, poses with Scott Main, Shoreline’s GM ASEP instructor, in front of one of two vehicles donated to the high school through the GM ASEP program.

General Motors has donated, through the GM Automotive Service Educational Program (ASEP) at Shoreline, several vehicles to local high schools for use in their automotive training programs.

Instructor Peter Smith of Cascade High School secured a 2007 Pontiac G6 and a 2003 GMC Sonoma for his program. Instructor Richie Del Puerto from Sno-Isle Skills Center in Everett received a 2003 Chevrolet Suburban, Pontiac Solstice and a Silverado pickup. Instructor Pat McCue from Bothell High School received a Chevrolet Cobalt for the school.

Shoreline’s GM ASEP instructor, Scott Main, said “These vehicles will go to support the high school automotive programs and help expose those students to the high tech automotive industry, getting them an invaluable jumpstart on their careers.”

All of these donations were made possible by the generosity of General Motors and Main.

The GM ASEP program at Shoreline is a two-year cooperative program that incorporates technical studies on campus for four quarters, alternating with three quarters at a sponsoring General Motors dealership. Upon completion of this program, students earn a Technical AAAS and numerous General Motors technical certifications that are recognized worldwide.

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