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"Automotive youth educational systems honors 10,000th intern".

--Automotive Body Repair News, July 19, 2006

According to Automotive Body Repair News, Automotive Youth Educational Systems (AYES) kicked off its annual conference by recognizing a high school student from Virginia Beach as its 10,000th intern. AYES began in 1995 as a way to encourage students to enter a career in automotive technology. In the article, Rick Wagoner, Chairman and CEO of General Motors Corp and current chairman of AYES, notes that the program is consistently growing. Wagoner said that student enrollment in the program increases by 20 percent each year. AYES student interns receive hands-on "real-world" training while working under a mentor.
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Date:Sep 1, 2006
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