When it comes to career paths, the automotive industry can be haunted by the ghosts of lingering stereotypes: “The automotive industry is all men.” “Women
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As a third year Northwood University student studying Automotive Marketing and Management, Skylar Burless knew she needed an internship. …which is why she was worried.
When she was in high school, Savannah Sprague wasn’t quite sure what she wanted to do as a career. But Savannah did have a direction
Mikayla Laux knows cars. She always has, to be honest. “I remember going to private school in eighth grade, and I could already rattle off
When it comes to Laura Biggins’ 30+ years with Garber, Dick Garber says it best: “Laura has been in the middle of it all,” he
Every morning, Tony Davis starts his day as a detailer the same way. “Every time I come in and those doors open, I say good
Joe Monkelbaan is a jack of all trades. As the Business Manager at Garber-owned Volvo Cars Rochester in Rochester, New York, Joe enjoys putting on
Where would Isabella Torres be without Garber? Well, she isn’t sure. “It’s hard to say where I’d be,” she admitted. “After I graduated from college,
Theone Groover says his colleagues at Garber are like 6 o’clock. “They’re straight up and down, like the hands on a clock,” he laughed. “Legit.
Many people know they’ve found their calling when they experience success. Not Joel Williams. Instead, Joel knew the automotive industry was right for him when
Drew Schultz was lost. For most of his life, Drew, a senior at Northwood University, could count on two certainties: baseball and farming. And while
Ross Corbat’s phone wouldn’t stop ringing. Zach Felty, his former boss at Burger King, was on a mission. Zach had left his general manager role