Students at the Northeast Wisconsin Technical College diesel program in Sturgeon Bay are now working on the latest technically advanced diesel engine. Thanks to Packer City International in Green Bay, NWTC bought a 2015 emissions compliant International N-13 engine at a reduced price, saving the college thousands of dollars. The engine came out of a 2015 International truck that had been in an accident and damaged beyond repair. With the help of Packer City and NWTC alum, Perry Bosetski, the engine was brought back to working order. Employees of the Green Bay dealership also spent time on campus in Sturgeon Bay showing students the engine’s features and diagnostic capabilities that technicians need to utilize to work on it. NWTC diesel program instructor Jon Sowl says, by acquiring the technically advanced diesel engine, the local diesel program is helping students get a step ahead of their counterparts across the state, making them that much more employable.