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Through the commitment of its volunteers, I-CAR has been able to deliver timely and relevant collision repair training to local areas across the U.S. since 1979. April 15-21 is National Volunteer Week, and I-CAR is using this opportunity to remind the industry that their training is made possible through this extensive network of volunteers, and to thank all of their volunteers for their commitment to driving excellence in the collision inter-industry.
Established in 1974, National Volunteer Week recognizes the millions of volunteers who donate their time and energy to volunteerism throughout the year. To celebrate the dedication and hard work of I-CAR volunteers, I-CAR would like to recognize all of its committee members, especially those who have exceeded their defined yearly goals.
“What I-CAR is today is an output of the hard work and passion brought forth by our volunteers," said Jeff Peevy, I-CAR senior director of field operations and segment development. "Thank you to the volunteers and committees who enable I-CAR to deliver on its vision that every person in the collision industry, current and future, has the necessary knowledge and skills relevant to their position to achieve a complete and safe repair.”
I-CAR Committees are charged with a set of core goals each year and additional “stretch goals,” and when achieved, are recognized for their accomplishments. Following is a list of the committees and the goals they achieved:
Gold Committees reached 100 percent student training goal and met five additional goals.
Silver Committees reached 100 percent student training goal and met four additional goals.
Bronze Committees reached 100 percent student training goal and met three additional goals.
Blue Ribbon Committee reached 100 percent of student training goal.