Automotive General Service Technician
Shoreline Community College utilizes community advisory committees in all of its professional/technical programs. Advisory committees create a critical linkage between industry and the College, enabling Shoreline to respond to the needs of a constantly changing labor market.
Members of the committee provide advice regarding the planning, administration, curriculum development and evaluation of programs. Meetings are open to students and all those interested.
High Road Automotive
Mark Hankins has worked at Shoreline Community College since 1991. During his first ten years with the College, he developed and taught the Honda PACT program. He has also served as dean for the automotive and manufacturing programs, and worked with a grant from the National Science Foundation to develop programs to support manufacturing in Washington state. He directed a state grant to establish the Center for Manufacturing Excellence (CME). He is certified as an ASE Master Auto Technician and Advanced Engine Performance Specialist.
July 17, 2019 - will be posted once approved by the committee.
Minutes for prior years are available upon request.