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Student Unanimously Honored by Collision Repair Faculty

Joshua M. YostJoshua M. Yost, chosen as the Student Government Association’s “Student of the Month” in March, has been selected by collision repair faculty for a similar honor this month.

Yost, from Cochranton − the unanimous choice of all six collision repair faculty members − was chosen for his campus leadership, dependability, initiative, integrity, enthusiasm and his support of fellow students.

He is in his first semester as an automative technology management major after completinghis associate’s degree in collision repairin May. He islead service adviser of three service advisory personnel in the collision repair lab, and still manages to carry 15 credits this semester. “Once again, Josh’s winning attitude and ability to complete the tasks assigned to him in an efficient timely mannerhave made him the clear choice for student of the month,” remarked Stephen T. Duna, collision repair instructor.

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