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AASP-MN awards $21,000 in scholarships to automotive students

Thirty college and high school students from 14 schools submitted scholarship applications for the awards in amounts of $1,500

Roseville, Minn.—The Alliance of Automotive Service Providers of Minnesota (AASP-MN) has announced scholarship awards totaling $21,000 to help automotive service and collision repair students pay for tuition or tools during the 2021-22 school year. The scholarships are in the amount of $1,500 and are made possible with donations from the Minnesota State I-CAR Committee and Bill Smith Fund, as well as proceeds from AASP-MN’s Annual Race for Automotive Education fundraiser, which will be held later this fall.  

Thirty college and high school students from 14 schools submitted scholarship applications. Applications were reviewed by a committee of industry representatives, with consideration given to scholastic achievement, education and career goals, financial need and written recommendations.

The recipients are: 

  • Austin Allison, South Central College, North Mankato – Auto Body Collision Repair
  • Moneab Amro, Century College, White Bear Lake – Automotive Service Technology
  • Carter Brandes, South Central College, North Mankato – Auto Body Collision Repair
  • Hunter Cooley, MN State Community & Technical College, Moorhead – Automotive Service Technology
  • Henry Cortes, Dunwoody College of Technology, Minneapolis – Auto Body Collision Repair
  • Jaycen Holt, Century College, White Bear Lake – Automotive Service Technology
  • Hunter Linnane, Dakota County Technical College, Rosemount – Automotive Service Technology
  • Jason Otterholt, Hennepin Technical College, Brooklyn Park – Auto Body Collision Repair
  • Erickson Point, Ridgewater College, Willmar – Automotive Service Technology
  • Cole Poncelet, Dakota County Technical College, Rosemount – Auto Body Collision Repair
  • Shaun Pope, Anoka Technical College, Anoka – Automotive Service Technology
  • Evan Plummer, Dakota County Technical College, Rosemount – Auto Body Collision Repair
  • Jonathan Swanson, Century College, White Bear Lake – Automotive Service Technology
  • Jacob Story, Pine Technical College, Pine City – Automotive Service Technology

The Alliance of Automotive Service Providers of Minnesota (AASP-MN) is an association of nearly 700 independently owned automotive service businesses and industry suppliers dedicated to improving the state’s automotive service industry and the success of its members.

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