Roger Wood Finds Out What’s New In Teaching Electric Car Repair in NH

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Eric Frauwirth and his father Mat where he volunteers at the Children’s Museum in Santa Fe, N.M.


As electric vehicles become more prevalent, so will the need to repair them. The technology is so advanced that it could be a challenge to those who have been repairing internal combustion engines for so long. The state of New Hampshire has recognized that, and has successfully applied for and received grants to educate high school and college students on electric vehicles by furnishing them with vehicle assembly kits they can work with and experiment on. The Department of Education’s bureau of career and technical education is handling the grants, working with California-based The Switch Lab. Roger Wood in his latest podcast speaks with Eric Frauwirth.  He is the administrator of the Bureau of Career Development at the New Hampshire DOE. 

Eric Frauwirth is the Administrator of the Bureau of Career Development at the New Hampshire Department of Education. In this capacity, Dr. Frauwirth and his team promote career and technical education as a total educational philosophy for all citizens of New Hampshire. Eric brings over 20 years of CTE teaching and program administration to his current role. After completing degrees in baking & pastry arts and education, Eric proceeded to spend time working in bakeries, teaching both high school and college, and eventually moved into college administration roles. Through his role at the Department of Education, he works with the 28 regional CTE centers as well as the Community College System of New Hampshire.

Roger Wood bio

Roger Wood is an award winning radio, newspaper and television journalist, with over 40 years of experience in the media.   Roger has spent his entire professional career in New Hampshire. Roger currently serves as associate publisher at  He has produced news and special feature reports for InDepthNH, New Hampshire Public Radio, NPR, and other Public and commercial radio stations.  He also produced spot news for CBS Radio.

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