Fed up and tired of being ripped off when she took her car to be serviced, Emily Chung decided to do something about it. Read the full article in the Toronto Observer - by Nick Pescod - Published Oct 17, 2011
Emily Chung knows what it takes to offer outstanding auto repair experiences for busy families. As if she wasn’t busy enough nursing a new born and caring for a toddler, Chung decided to enrol in the Automotive Service Technician program at Centennial College just to broaden her knowledge base! Read the full article by Sophia Wong
Read the Woman on Wheels "Garage get's a woman's touch" article by Sharon Aschaiek
As seen on Breakfast Television, Feb 24, 2010. We spent the morning with Jennifer Valentyne's Live Eye crew going over some basic car care procedures. Special thanks to a few customers who rose up early in the morning to come by the shop.
Thanks to Jon of Moxi Photography for a fantastic event coverage!.
autoNiche owner/operator Emily chats with CBC Metro Morning host Andy Barrie about being a girl mechanic
This version is longer, bear with us through the initial traffic watch, but you get a wonderful jazz song at the end. Enjoy!
For young women in grades 9-12, these inspiring career exploration events foster a positive environment, as well as an opportunity to meet and network with tradeswomen from their community.
Individuals wanting to start apprenticeship training but who may have trouble finding a sponsoring employer. This program is also offered for women only.
A school-to-work transition program offered through Ontario secondary schools. Full-time students in Grades 11 and 12 earn cooperative education credits through work placements in skilled trades.