Nye Automotive Service Technician Alex Hyman, left, joins Master Technician Brian Light, center, and Madison-Oneida BOCES Automotive Instructor Phil Maitland Dec. 9 under the hood of a vehicle in the Toyota shop.

Nye Automotive Team Service Technician Alex Hyman recollects that having a Madison-Oneida BOCES Automotive Engineering class a several decades in the past at the Oneida dealership really gave him an inside view of the business.

“It gave me a superior glance at where I could see myself in the future,” the Vernon-Verona-Sherrill Central College course of 2019 graduate claimed. “It was a large option and it confirmed me the superior with the undesirable. Even just before I graduated high faculty I made the decision I could see myself carrying out this as a career.”

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Hyman interned for Master Technician Brian Light in Nye’s Toyota company centre. He credited Gentle for currently being “completely unfiltered” when it arrived to displaying him the each day program. The moment he determined the job was a little something he required to go after, Hyman told Gentle his decision and requested if Gentle felt he would be an asset to the business.

By Tara