So, I've been really busy here lately and haven't really had time to come play. Well friday I got laid off b/c last week we were slow ( but I'm the FNG and turned 42 hrs that week). Newho I picked myself up and dusted myself off. I've got a interview tomorrow with the Ford Dealership I worked at while in highschool and I was told to drop off a resume and fill and application out at Percision tune, I think thats the name of it. Does look like a good one?: Michael “Kenny” Johnston Jr. 104 Duke Road Winterville, NC 28590 (252) 814-8936 BLazur87@aol.comObjective Obtain a General Service Technician position, in which I will be willing to do the following : Engine diagnostics and repair, Tune-ups, Electrical troubleshooting and repair, braking systems repair, suspension diagnostics and repair. Very knowledgeable background in older General Motors, Ford, Daimler-Chrysler engine repairs. Also can furnish my own tools. Qualifications Cooperative Automotive Program South Central High School - Winterville NC 2001 - 2005 Class room studies included: Automotive Electrical systems Engine Diagnostics Operation and servicing of power train components Manual and automatic transmissions Automotive emission systems Chassis, suspensions, and alignment Automotive cooling systems Automotive service department operations Technical writing Education Highschool Diploma December 2005 Relevant Experience Employed at Hastings Ford from Jan. 2005 - March 2006 as detail shop manager/used car technician. Employed at Fulcher Tire & Sales Inc. March 1st- March 23rd as a general technician. References Brock Willoughby Hastings Ford Service Advisor Cell: 252-714-0130 David Tuten Automotive Technology Instructor Work: 252-321-3232 Dwayne Walker Team Owner/Operator of a Stock Car Cell: 252-327-9277 Gene Braxton Fulcher parts/service manager Work: 252-756-5191 Thank you for your time and consideration.