Rialto, Yucaipa students learn about technology, career opportunities at Ontario business
By Mike Cruz
More than four dozen students from automotive programs at Rialto and Yucaipa high schools were given the chance recently to tour the Ontario facility of Crown Lift to conduct STEM-related activities and explore potential career opportunities.
During the trip last Thursday, students got to see the sophisticated technology behind Crown’s lift trucks and the connection to Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) learning.
Rialto High School automotive students learn about service vans from Jake Tucky during a career exploration event at Crown Lift of Ontario. The hands-on training was sponsored by Universal Technical Institute to encourage future careers in the automotive and diesel industry. (Courtesy photo)
Crown Lift personnel demonstrate its flagship Turret Truck to Rialto and Yucaipa High School automotive students during a career exploration event last Thursday at Crown Lift of Ontario. The hands-on event was sponsored by Universal Technical Institute. (Courtesy photo)
Rialto High School automotive students learn about the performance statistics of a Crown RM6025 Monolift last Thursday at a career learning and exploration event at Crown Lift in Ontario. The hands-on event was sponsored by Universal Technical Institute. (Courtesy photo)
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