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Through a partnership with the TechForce Foundation, the fall events will bring together more than 2,500 collision, auto service, heavy duty and diesel students to participating employers.
The Collision Repair Education Foundation has announced the fall schedule of career fairs for transportation students. The foundation has partnered with the TechForce Foundation on high school and college transportation career fair events taking place this fall. Through these partnerships, the fall events will bring together more than 2,500 collision, auto service, heavy duty and diesel students to participating employers.
The foundation also plays an active role in facilitating on-site interviews, employment-related presentations, and ensuring students are well-prepared for meeting company representatives.
“Connecting students with the array of career opportunities in the industry is a key part of the Education Foundation’s mission,” said Brandon Eckenrode, director of development for the Education Foundation. “Our transportation career fairs provide the perfect opportunity for industry employers to meet with students who have trained for entry-level positions in collision repair and other related automotive professions.”
The fall 2018 schedule includes:
- St. Louis, Mo. (9/21) – Gateway Motorsport Park
- Topeka, Kansas (10/11) – Washburn Institute of Technology
- Whitestone, N.Y. (10/16) – Greater New York Automobile Dealers Association
- Concord, N.C. (10/18) – Axalta Coating Systems Customer Experience Center
- Columbus, Ohio (12/5) – Fort Hayes Career Center
Companies interested in participating in one or more career fair events should contact Eckenrode at [email protected] or (847) 463-5244. Additional transportation career fair events will be planned for the fall 2018 school semester as well.