The purpose of Kaskaskia College Automotive Technology Advisory Committee shall be to advise, assist and support the college personnel in order to improve planning, operation and evaluation in the automotive technology program area. Such advice shall be based on adequate and timely information related to workforce and job development demands, job market trends, technological developments, training alternatives and other factors affecting the quality of the program. The advisory committee is made up of the automotive technology industry: shop owners, technicians, automotive consumer advocates, automotive technology graduates and automotive educators.
Advisory Committee Photo
Pictured are 1st row – Carl Huels, owner Carl’s Four Wheel Drive, Bartelso; Thomas Fisher, Auto Instructor at Salem High, Salem; Chuck DeBernardi, KC Automotive Program Coordinator; Robert DeBernardi, Bob’s Engine Hospital, Centralia; Alan Auld, KC Automotive Instructor/Auld Backhoe Service, Centralia.
2nd row - Tony Pick, Auto Tech Bi-State Transit and KC Automotive Instructor, Nashville; Tony Barrale, Auto Zone, Okawville; Ken Faust, owner Faust Automotive, Aviston); Jeff Skibinski, Auto Zone, Centralia; Patrick Dagg, KC Auto Parts Instructor/McKay’s NAPA, Odin; Jim Cerny, Retired Salem High Auto Teacher, Salem; Shane Gill, Chrysler Corporation, Highland; Jesse Eagan, Auto Tech Cox Automotive, Sandoval; and Corey Manning, KC Student/President Automotive Technology Student Organization, Greenville.