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Jennifer Eklund Women in Automotive Technology Automotive Tech Program
Evergreen Valley College Automotive Technology Program Contacts

The CalWomenTech Project is part of a statewide National Science Foundation grant with a focus on recruiting and retaining women in community college technology programs in which they are underrepresented.

Program Contacts

Program Contact:


Academic Counseling:

Counseling Center Website




CalWomenTech Key Leaders
David Ames
Key Co-leader
Coordinator, Alternative Fuel Program Automotive Department
Room 202
3095 Yerba Buena Road
San Jose, CA 95135
(408) 274-7900 x6555
david.ames at evc.edu
Michael Hernandez
Adjunct Instructor
Automotive Department
Room 202
3095 Yerba Buena Road
San Jose, CA 95135
(408) 270-7130
michael.hernandez at evc.edu


CalWomenTech Evergreen Valley College Leadership Team
David Ames, Key Leader, Coordinator of the Alternative Fuel Program
Mirella Burton, Enlace Counselor/Outreach
Janina Espinoza, Cooperative Education Coordinator
Mike Hernandez, Co-Leader Automotive Adjunct Instructor
Jonathan King, Division Dean
Diane Ontiveros, Automotive Assistant
Patricia Perkins, Counselor
Ingrid Rottman, Outreach/Recruitment
Mary Wong-Kauzlarich, Project Assistant

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