Charlotte, N.C.-The National Auto Body Council has named a new member to the National Auto Body Council Board, filling an open position. Kristle Bollans, director…
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The SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund awarded $272,000 to 97 individuals this year, including scholarships for current students and loan-forgiveness awards to employees of SEMA-member companies.
Proceeds will help expand SEMA’s High School Vehicle Build Program to include 10 schools next year.
The initiative features a new website, nadafoundation.org, which includes the first and only interactive U.S. map of training and scholarship opportunities available for aspiring technicians.
SEMA Show Education offers Showgoers a unique chance to learn from industry peers and personalities who fuel the collective passion and drive meaningful business change.
The Collision Repair Education Foundation and I-CAR have collaborated to provide an updated executive summary of the Snapshot of the Collision Repair Industry survey, which is now available for download.