By Carla Wade, KTNV
Like a lot of little girls, Cheyenne Delgado dreamed of being a princess.
“I wanted to do fashion too. But I was also tomboyish,” Delgado said.
These days, her fashion choices include work gloves, jeans and safety goggles.
“It’s fun and I like getting messy,” Delgado said. “So I don’t think that would work really well with fashion.”
The tomboy won out over the princess after she started helping her uncle work on cars.
“I wanted to be able to help other people fix their cars [and] to be able to help my mom out so she [wouldn’t] have to go out and spend the money [on] it,” Delgado said.
Delgado is a collision repair student in the College of Southern Nevada’s Automotive Technology program. It prepares students to work in the automotive repair industry.
They get hands-on training in labs in addition to taking traditional academic courses. She’s in her second year of classes and already showing 13 Action News Anchor Carla Wade how to weld like a pro.
Read the rest of the article at autobodynews.com.