At the age of five, Zachary Wolff, ’20, developed a passion for automobiles. He recalls sitting in the backseat of his mother’s car, where he would peer out the window and name the makes and models of the cars driving by. As he grew older, he perused automotive manufacturers’ websites to read about specific models and what made them special. Now, he will use that knowledge and what he gained at Georgia College in a prestigious Fellowship at Clemson University.
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