Perry DMACC students to work on GMC-donated Acadia

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General Motors has donated a 2012 GMC Acadia with a 3.6 L V6 engine and six-speed automatic transmission to the Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC) GM Automotive Service Education Program (ASEP) so the students can learn the latest technology equipped on today’s vehicles. Some of the students who will get to work on this vehicle, which will never be driven, include, from left, Dylan Taylor of LeMars, Shawn Buckingham of Prairie City, Karl Clemons of Harlan, Brady Henkes of Monona, Kaleb Carstarphen of Perry, Eric Carlson of Marcus, Victor Moody of Des Moines, Kyler Feenstra of LeMars, Levi Bahr of Hubbard, Josh Reid of Altoona, Ryan Baker of West Des Moines, Martin Sandoval of Des Moines and Kody Olsen of Perry. Photo courtesy DMACC

Kody Olsen and Kaleb Carstarphen of Perry are among a handful of area students in the Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC) General Motors Automotive Service Education Program (ASEP) who will soon be working on the cutting-edge technology in a GMC vehicle.

DMACC announced General Motors has donated a 2012 GMC Acadia with a 3.6 L V6 engine and six-speed automatic transmission to DMACC in order to give students a chance to learn the latest technology found on today’s vehicles.

The donated car will never be driven.

Other ASEP students from DMACC who will get their hands on the Acadia include Dylan Taylor of LeMars, Shawn Buckingham of Prairie City, Karl Clemons of Harlan, Brady Henkes of Monona, Eric Carlson of Marcus, Victor Moody of Des Moines, Kyler Feenstra of LeMars, Levi Bahr of Hubbard, Josh Reid of Altoona, Ryan Baker of West Des Moines and Martin Sandoval of Des Moines.

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