As cars become more computerized, they require more technical expertise to fix. This week, a community college in North Carolina opened a technology center to offer that kind of training.Tinkering with the family car used to be good training for getting a job at a body shop or a garage. But the vehicles rolling off assembly lines these days are so high-tech, a whole new generations of workers is needed to repair them. North Carolina Public Radio’s Leoneda Inge reports on a new degree program in Fayetteville designed to fill the growing demand for highly-trained mechanics.
To read the entire NPR interview, visit: http://www.npr.org/2015/02/08/384695781/college-offers-program-in-fixing-high-tech-cars