North Bay Business Journal | March 28, 2017
By Gary Quackenbush
A program to allow students to experience working on an electric vehicle is being funded through a $150,000 grant from Sonoma Clean Power to SWITCHEV.
The SWITCH EV Lab Kit provides curriculum and components for building a street-legal electric vehicle, giving students an innovative, hands-on opportunity to apply coursework in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) to a real world purpose.
Career Technical Education Foundation of Sonoma County