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Video: NWTC program gives female student new start fixing cars

11:58 AM, Mar. 16, 2013  |  Comments
Program gives female student new start fixing cars
Program gives female student new start fixing cars: Rachel Teskie, a Northeast Wisconsin Technical College student, is making the transition from the service industry to automotive technology.
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Rachel Teskie, a Northeast Wisconsin Technical College student, is making the transition from the service industry to automotive technology.

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