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College Recruiter Speaks To Students
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Monday, May 01, 2017
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Americus-Sumter High School Automotive students were visited recently by Mr. Jimmie Stephens, a recruiter for Nashville Auto Diesel College in Nashville, Tennessee. Stephens came to ASHS to inform students what his school has to offer and potentially interest them in enrolling after graduation. He showed photos of the school and a few short videos, and spoke for well over an hour covering a variety of topics of interest to future ASHS graduates.

 ASHS senior Frederick Gear was impressed with Stephens and his presentation. “I like the way he presented the case for his school, but let me decide for myself. He wasn’t pushy or aggressive. He told us not to take his word for anything, to do our own research.” Gear also stated that Stephens also offered inspirational advice for students. “He told us it’s not who you are but what you choose to do that will build your future.”

 ASHS Auto Instructor Frederick Mohl says Stephens came to help students plan their future careers. “Jimmie is excellent at getting students to explore all of their options, not just NADC. For example, he went over a detailed budget comparison to illustrate what a NADC graduate can expect to make, compared to a career in the military or someone with a four-year degree.”

 Gear says he definitely plans to go Nashville Auto Diesel after he graduates. Several other ASHS students also expressed interest in the school. Additionally, Stephens made appointments with potential enrollees and their parents to discuss options and possible enrollment during his visit to Americus.

 Nashville Auto Diesel College is widely recognized across the United States as a top tech school for automotive industry training.

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