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Women look at wider job opportunities

6:25 PM, Mar. 16, 2013
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.

Problem solving - figuring out what's wrong and fixing it - was one of the attractions that drew Rachel Teskie to pursue an associate degree in automotive technology from Northeast Wisconsin Technical College in Green Bay.

The Gills Rock native and Appleton resident is halfway through the first of two years of core studies in the program. She's one of only a handful of women.

"That's one of the things I really like about it - the problem-solving aspect," Teskie said this week. "A car comes in with a problem and it has certain tale-tell symptoms and you have to solve it." ...

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