Sue Dickson, Founder of Give Me Ten, and Jack Wilson, Auto Service Instructor at Lake County Tech Campus, discuss the progress of collaborating with the industry to develop more meaningful work-based learning opportunities for students. Each individual’s path in the automotive field varies, and not everyone is suited to become a technician. The Give Me Ten program simplifies the process for students to find a suitable career path and eliminates barriers for shops to invest in the future of the industry.

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Show Notes

About Our Guests

Sue Dickson
Owner & Operator, Closs Tire & Auto
Founder, Give Me Ten

Jack Wilson
Auto Service Instructor, Lake County Tech Campus

Sue and Jack’s last Beyond the Wrench episode.


Machinists Union District Lodge 77

About Our Host

Jay Goninen
Co-Founder & President, WrenchWay | 608.716.2122

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