Automotive Service Educational Program and College Automotive
Program Recognition Ceremony
September 23, 2004
Hudson Valley Community College’s Automotive Technologies
Department recently held a recognition ceremony for graduates of the college’s
two corporate automotive programs: the General
Motors Automotive Service Educational Program (ASEP) and the Chrysler
College Automotive Program (CAP).
Twenty-one students graduated from both programs, which prepare them to
work as technicians in either General Motors or Chrysler dealerships.
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ASEP and CAP graduates pose for a photo at the recognition ceremony.
From left to right, William Tradewell, Northeast
area training manager for Chrysler joins Dean Magnuson, Chrysler
training center supervisor; Kathy Fredricks, Hudson Valley’s ASEP and CAP coordinator; Dr. Ann
Marie Murray, dean of the college’s School of Engineering and Industrial
Technologies; Michael Sharpless, General Motors’ area parts manager;
Robert Heintz, General Motors’ regional ASEP manager; and Phillip White,
chairman of the college’s Automotive Technologies Department for a
Hudson Valley Admissions Counselor Robert Swanick addresses the gathering.
Automotive Technologies Department Chair Phil White offers some remarks.