Students acquire automotive skills
Guam - Guam Community College automotive instructor Joe Flores says the vocational he specializes in prepares students for the workforce and gives them the skills needed to obtain a good job, especially in light of the military buildup. "A lot of students are interested. Even if you don't continue in the field, it's not bad to know how to work on your car, so with the upcoming military buildup, the industry will boom," he said. "There should be jobs available for students. The pay isn't that bad."
This class is a GCC automotive secondary class and is run by the Community College at the high school level. Automotive programs are currently available in all five public high schools.