Campbell Lincoln Ford donates vehicle to Buchanan’s auto tech program

Published 11:34 am Thursday, May 16, 2024

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BUCHANAN — Buchanan High School’s Automotive Technology program announced it has received a Ford Fusion donated by Campbell Lincoln Ford. The donation marks a significant enhancement for the program, offering students the opportunity to engage with state-of-the-art automotive technology.

According to school officials, the Ford Fusion will serve as a hands-on learning tool, providing expanded work-based learning experiences for students across Berrien County who participate in Buchanan High School’s Career & Technical Education program. Officials believe the contribution underscores Campbell Lincoln Ford’s commitment to supporting education and fostering the next generation of skilled automotive professionals.

“We are incredibly grateful to Campbell Lincoln Ford for this donation,” said Mark Frey, Assistant Principal and CTE Director of Buchanan High School. “This vehicle will be instrumental in providing our students with practical, real-world experience, equipping them with the skills needed to excel in the automotive industry.”

The Buchanan High School Automotive Technology program is dedicated to preparing students for successful careers in the automotive field through comprehensive, hands-on training. With the addition of the Ford Fusion, students will gain invaluable experience working on modern automotive systems, ensuring they are well-prepared for future employment opportunities.