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Many of us go through life wondering what we want to be when we grow up. We would even say that this is the norm. It’s so normal in fact, that when you get a chance to meet someone that clearly understands what they were put on this earth to do, it’s awe-inspiring.

When we think about folks that seem to have their life direction so clearly mapped out, one name that comes to mind is Anthony Williams.

Anthony had a revelation years ago. Wait, don’t freak out. We’re not talking about the type of revelation that Tom Peters had when he was inspired to design the Pontiac Aztek. No, were talking about a good revelation. One that could change education, the Automotive Industry and individuals lives in for the better.

Anthony was going to start a school where the students would be able to reach their full potential. A school where the students could learn in a more natural and relevant way and actually retain what they learn. DID I MENTION THAT THIS WAS GOING TO BE A SCHOOL FOR THE AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY? Anthony’s idea really is going solve a lot of our worlds education issues as well as some of the automotive industry’s concerns.

DID WE  MENTION THAT THIS SCHOOL IDEA IS ACTUALLY HAPPENING AND THAT IT’S A BIG DEAL? 


Below are two different interviews of Anthony explaining how awesome this Charter school is going to be! 

Trained by Techs interviews Anthony Williams

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Remarkable Results Ep. 418 w/ Anthony Williams and Chris Chesney

 

This episode recorded at Vision 2019 in KC brings you into the loop on Automotive Institute of Science and Technology (AIST) in Colorado Springs, CO. This new ‘non-traditional’ public charter school that will use the P-TECH model (Pathways in Technology Early College High School), designed to provide students the foundation they need to be successful in the automotive aftermarket industry when they graduate.

Students will be able to enroll in a 4- or 6-year program, starting their freshman year of high school through their second year of college and all publicly funded. AIST will offer students three pathways: Automotive Technology, Business, or Engineering (mechanical and electrical) and will be project based.

for more information, visit the aist website below