Consolidators: Auto Glass Now Opens Two New Locations
Each winning school was an applicant of the Ultimate Collision Education Makeover grant and will receive $5,000 to purchase items off the wish list from their application.
The Collision Repair Education Foundation announced the winners of the GEICO Philanthropic Foundation schools grants at the Foundation Industry Reception held at SEMA in Las Vegas. Each of the winning schools were applicants of the recent Ultimate Collision Education Makeover grant and will each receive $5,000 to purchase items off the wish list from their application.
The winners include:
- Cerritos College (Norwalk, Calif.)
- Chantilly Governor’s STEM Academy (Chantilly, Va.)
- Sheridan Technical Center (Hollywood, Fla.)
- Ulster BOCES Career and Technical Education Center (Port Ewen, N.Y.)
- Victor Valley High School (Victorville, Calif.)
“We are honored to support such a worthy cause,” said Bill DeGrocco, assistant vice president of GEICO. “With the continued complexity of today’s automobile, we know how important it is to develop the appropriate skills and have the proper equipment and technical education in auto collision repair. We are happy to support these schools.”