Community Education Exhibitions

NCC Shines at the Greater Lehigh Valley Auto Show

NCC Shines at the Greater Lehigh Valley Auto Show

The Northampton Community College (NCC) automotive department took center stage at this year’s Greater Lehigh Valley Auto Show at Lehigh University from March 21st to 24th. Enjoying prime positioning at the front of the Roush Fieldhouse building, NCC had a record crowd, providing exceptional exposure. A major highlight was the Consulab Manual drivetrain trainer, which garnered attention with its fully functional setup, including a clutch, 5-speed manual transmission, transfer case, driveshafts, and differentials. Visitors got hands-on experience, understanding the intricacies of these components and witnessing their function in action, thanks to interactive displays. The event also showcased NCC’s partnerships with industry giants like General Motors, Stellantis Mopar, Subaru, Toyota, and Ford. Accredited by the ASE Educational Foundation, NCC’s programs are highly respected by both Career & Technical Education schools and industry professionals. In addition to automotive training, NCC highlighted other industry-related programs, inviting middle school students to explore various technology options in their upcoming exploratory lab classroom at Bethlehem Hartzell Hall. The event was a testament to NCC’s commitment to preparing the next generation for success in essential industries. Special thanks were extended to industry partner and GLVADA Executive Director, Dan Moyer, for their support in supplying qualified technicians to keep America moving forward. Lastly, kudos were given to the dedicated automotive team at NCC for their tireless efforts and passion for the industry. With their energy and support, NCC continues to shine as a beacon of excellence in automotive education. Joseph S. Spadafora Jr, Automotive Program Manager Northampton Community College Bethlehem.

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GLVADA and its member dealers are very active in the community, supporting area nonprofit organizations and programs that recognize and educate local automotive technology students. The goal of the association is to help consumers get the most from their experiences with the group’s member dealerships as well as do its part to help the communities where its members live and work.

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