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Frederick  Mohl Staff Photo
Subjects Taught
Chassis System and Design, Electrical/ Electronic Systems and Design, Foundations of Transportation and Logistics

Experience

Americus-Sumter High School, South

2008-Present; Automotive Instructor

Automotive Technology Pathway



Bio

 Hello Students and Parents,

I am Frederick Mohl currently teaching the Automotive Technology Career Pathway. I am the advisor of the SkillsUSA, which is a student organization which allows student to further advance their skills in the automotive field. I also have the opportunity to serve as the Engine Build Team Coach.

My goal is to have a positive impact on all of my students and prepare them to be college and career ready. I have had a passion for the automotive field from a young child and enjoy passing along that passion and knowledge to prepare students for the world of work.

 

For more information about SkillsUSA or Engine Build Team please check out my links section or Club and Organization section on the school home page.