WrenchWay looks to connect schools, shops

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WrenchWay is looking for shops to fulfill 23 School Connect requests from high schools and post-secondary automotive and diesel programs around the country. 

Shops can donate tools, offer tours, speak to classes and more. Helping out a local program is can build lasting relationships with schools and students, WrenchWay says. 

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The company's School Connect program helps connect schools with shops and dealerships. Schools list the resources they need to help improve their programs and shops can respond. Shops normally need a Top Shop membership to participate, but WrenchWay says School Connect responses are free until the end of the year. 

Some open requests are: 

  • Small engine tools from TCHS-Pennock Bridge Camps in West Grove, Pennsylvania. 
  • Air sanders, power tools, shop tours and guest speakers from Skyline High School in Dallas. 
  • Denver Public Schools is looking for shops to tour as part of its Xplore PRogram for students interested in automotive and diesel careers. 
  • Casa Grande Union High School in Casa Grande, Arizona, is looking for micrometers and roll carts. 
  • Mt. Horeb High School in Mt. Horeb, Wisconsin, would like to visit a diesel shop specializing in commercial truck service. 

Click here to learn more about participating. 

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