Newsday reports on how the increased amount of computer technology in automobiles is changing the traditional automotive internship programs at schools such as Alfred E. Smith High in the Bronx. As car dealers seek out better-trained technicians, schools are entering into partnerships with local businesses that help funnel talented graduates into automotive service positions with starting salaries as high as $30,000 per year....
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