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Impact Stories: Ally Champagne. The Foundation for NH Community Colleges

White Mountains grad Alexis Champagne launches her career through Work-Based Learning

Alexis (Ally) Champagne

White Mountains Community College

Degree in automotive services management, 2018


Alexis (Ally) Champagne graduated with a degree in automotive services management from White Mountains Community College (WMCC) in 2018. During her time at WMCC, she worked part-time at a Chevrolet dealership to hone the skills she would need in the automotive field.

Ally was a model student and outspoken about her positive experiences at WMCC. While in school, she visited local high schools as a guest speaker to share more information about the college’s auto program with the students.

After graduation, she began working full time as an automotive technician at Exeter Subaru in Exeter, New Hampshire.

Because of her work-based learning experience at WMCC, Ally was able to get a job in her field right after graduation, allowing her to launch the career she trained for and contribute to the economy.

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