Weekly Changemaker: Nick Pinchuk

This week, WorkingNation's #WeeklyChangemaker is Nick Pinchuk, who is looking to restore automotive vocational work to prominence and show younger people that it is a high-tech field of study.⁠

Nick Pinchuk headshotThis week, WorkingNation’s #WeeklyChangemaker is Nick Pinchuk, chairman & CEO of Snap-On Inc. Snap-On’s mission is to modernize automotive technical education to create the next generation of workers and remind people that vocational education can add value to your skills. Pinchuck’s goal is to restore automotive vocational work to prominence and show younger people that it is a high-tech field of study.⁠

Snap-On partners with the Gateway Technical College Horizon Center for Transportation Technology, aiming to help those interested in repairing and maintaining cars for a living get the skills necessary to adapt and handle today’s advanced automotive technology.

Why do you think vocational training is important?⁠

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