ASE Education Foundation's George Arrants discusses why students are losing interest in the industry, struggles of being a new technician, and the importance of a successful mentorship program.
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One-day gathering in Las Vegas for mechanical repair facility owners and high-level managers to focus on new and upcoming technology.
This year 427 scholarships were awarded — the most scholarship funds awarded by UAF and its collaborating partners in the foundation’s history.
The CARSTAR Chicagoland Business Group sponsors a classroom at Lincoln Tech and offers $2,000 worth of student scholarships.
The free presentation will also examine how AI, mobile, and telematics are being used across the industry, and the role ecosystems play in delivering touchless experiences.
The foundation conducted the survey to learn how many automotive students went on to careers in the automotive service industry.
Webinar on July 22, at 1 p.m. ET to feature female collision repair industry leaders discussing how to engage with the community through philanthropic initiatives.