OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) — For high school students, the real world is coming faster than they expect it. To help them make the transition and jump-start their careers, a local high school has been working with auto garages to get them hands-on experience.
For years, Ralston High School has offered automotive/engine technology classes to give students a basic understanding of auto mechanic work.
Since January, they say five of their students have worked at professional garages two days a week to learn more about the field.
Today, they're giving us a look firsthand look at the program.
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