Julia Kemmerer, a senior and level three student in the Automotive Collision Technology program, is also recognized as May’s Upper Bucks County Technical School Student of the Month.
Julia was recently awarded first place in Automotive Refinishing Technology at the Pennsylvania State SkillsUSA Competition. This June, Julia advances to compete in the Automotive Refinishing Technology Contest at the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference held in Atlanta, Georgia.
She is a First Honors student and has received the Outstanding Level I award. She is a Cooperative Education student employed at Kirban Customs. As a Kirban Customs cooperative education employee, Julia had the experience of a lifetime while working on the car of the country artist and producer Blanco Brown. They are building a '67 GTO on an '05 GTO drive train. She has also had an opportunity to work on boat restoration and painting projects.
Julia continues to prepare, which is a testament to her work ethic.