Full Circle News
Women are making most of the car maintenance decisions for their homes so it stands to reason that women should know a thing or two about their cars. On Saturday, November 14th from 12-2pm, Full Circle Service Center will host its 1st Women and Wheels Car Care Clinic. Mechanics will give basic car care tips as well as familiarizing attendees with what's underneath the hood of a car. This will be a hands-on clinic addressing:
- What fluids go where?
- What do the indicator lights mean?
- How to use jumper cables or a jumper box
- How to change a tire
Mechanics will also be able to answer maintenance questions from attendees. There will be light refreshments served. RSVP at email@example.com.Continue Reading
What’s in a name? Apparently, quite a bit because Full Circle Service Center’s prison reentry program has seen the first group of its interns—endearingly named Team Trailblazers—make their way toward a complete 360 degree restoration to begin anew in their second chance. Seated at a long oak table in Vehicles for Change’s conference room, VFC’s president, Marty Schwartz took the opportunity, at the shop's initial orientation, to let Full Circle interns know that he was expecting great things from them. They have delivered in a big way.
Interns, Larry Ford, Mark Chase, Jeff Richards, Christopher Mathias, Valerie King, Perry Bailey and Christopher White have gone on to become full-time employees with companies like: K. Neal Trucks International, Antwerpen dealership, and Vehicles for Change. The jobs they have secured range from service technicians to diesel truck mechanics. It’s an...Continue Reading