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2012 Conference Scholarships Offered by Women’s Industry Network

In keeping with its mission to support and encourage women in the industry, full time students, instructors and collision shop employees are encouraged to apply for scholarships to attend the 2012 WIN Conference held in Atlanta, May 6-8.

In keeping with its mission to support and encourage women in the industry, full time students, instructors and collision shop employees are encouraged to apply for scholarships to attend the 2012 WIN Conference held in Atlanta, May 6-8.

Student scholarships include conference registration, one-year membership to WIN, two night’s hotel expense (based on sharing with another recipient) and $250 toward travel expenses.

Instructor scholarships include conference registration, one-year membership to WIN and $125 toward travel expenses.

Collision shop employee scholarships will include conference registration, one-year membership to WIN and $125 toward travel expenses.

"By offering scholarships to instructors as well as students and shop employees, the WIN conference helps add to their professional career development in the collision repair industry," said Teresa Bolton of ASE, co-chair of the WIN Education Committee.

The deadline for applications is March 9. Applications are available on the WIN website.

Scholarship submissions should be mailed to:
WIN Scholarship Committee
c/o Teresa Bolton, ASE
101 Blue Seal Drive, Suite 101
Leesburg, VA 20175


More information:

WIN Scholarship Applications

For further information, contact Teresa Bolton at (703) 669-6610 or [email protected].

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