SFCC Automotive Students Receive Retention Rewards
Five State Fair Community College Automotive Technology students were each awarded a Snap-on tool as a retention incentive.
The students earned chances for the drawing by exceeding class participation requirements. The incentive program is to promote student success.
From left are Matthew Clark, SFCC Automotive Technology program coordinator/lead instructor; Lindsey Hall of Sedalia (Snap-On head lamp); Nathaniel Hilt of Green Ridge (fishing pole from Heart of America Redistribution Center and a Snap-on, Blue Point branded, blue tool cart); Joe Sainz, Snap-on account manager-industrial; Keyton Laire of Norborne (Fastenal pry bars); Matthew Karbinas, SFCC Automotive Technology/diesel instructor; David Ceballos of California, Missouri (Snap-on 8-piece screwdriver set).