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The scholarship and tool grant application is available through the Collision Repair Education Foundation’s website with a deadline of February 13, 2015 to apply.
High school and post-secondary collision students attending career and technical schools and colleges have the opportunity to apply for more than $200,000 in scholarships and tool grants available through the Collision Repair Education Foundation and the organization’s industry supporters. The spring 2015 opportunities include:
- 3M Hire Our Heroes Veteran Scholarships and Tool Grants
- ABRA Auto Body & Glass Tool Grants
- Atlanta I-CAR Committee Scholarship
- CCC Michael Salvatore Memorial Student Repair Technician Scholarships
- Collision Repair Education Foundation Board of Trustees Scholarships
- The Lon Baudoux Legacy Scholarships
- PPG Automotive Refinish Scholarships
Collision Repair Education Foundation Director of Grant Programs Melissa Marscin noted, “We would like to thank the participating industry companies for creating these scholarship and tool grant opportunities for collision students around the country. We encourage all industry members to visit local high school and post-secondary collision school programs, talk to these students and not only encourage them to apply for these opportunities but also remind them that there is a $30 billion collision industry that has many worthwhile career paths available for them to succeed in.”
The scholarship and tool grant application is available through the Collision Repair Education Foundation’s website with a deadline of February 13, 2015 to apply. Winners will be selected by members of the Collision Repair Education Foundation’s Board of Trustees Selection Committee and notified by mail and phone. For more information, contact Director of Grant Programs Melissa Marscin at [email protected] or (888) 722-3787, ext. 282.