coop spotlight- jan. 2018

Andrew Kulp, a senior from Big Spring High School, is earning an introductory level wage while he participates in the Cooperative Education Program. Andrew joins a long list of successful Automotive Technology students from CPAVTS who have worked for Bruner’s Service Center located on Rt 15 in Enola. After 2 years of classroom and hands-on training, the transition from the classroom to the work force was an easy one for Andrew: Bruner’s Service Center enables him to work with state of the art equipment just like he has every day—and he’s even been working with a wireless Zeus Diagnostic & Information System that hasn’t quite made it to the classroom yet!  While at work, Andrew can also be found changing brake pads, turning rotors, fixing flat tires, and determining why a car is ‘missing’.  He will be returning to CPAVTS several days a week next month to obtain his PA State Inspection and Emissions License; these licenses will only increase the value and skillset that Andrew already brings to work with him each day, and he also plans to continue his education next fall while putting his knowledge to work at Bruner’s. Andrew’s career path is well in place for a successful future!