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Automotive Competitions
Badger students enrolled in an Automotive Class have the ability to participate in competitions that test their knowledge and skills against students across the state, nation and world to win tens of thousands of dollars in scholarships, tools, clothing and bragging rights that help you build your resume.

Students can participate in the Skills USA Competition sponsored by The Wisconsin Auto and Truck Dealers Association.  Students can compete in Auto, Diesel, Motorcycle, Marine, Collision Repair and Power Equipment Technology.  Seniors can also compete in The Technicians of Tomorrow Competition sponsored by The Automobile Dealers Association of Mega Milwaukee.

Timeframe: November to June

Contact: Tom Sheeley 348-2000 x2336 tom.sheeley@badger.k12.wi.us
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