Women’s Industry Network Offer 2010 Conference Scholarships - BodyShop Business

Women’s Industry Network Offer 2010 Conference Scholarships

In keeping with its mission to support and encourage women in the industry, the Women’s Industry Network (WIN) is asking full-time students, instructors and collision shop employees to apply for scholarships to attend the 2010 WIN Conference to be held May 2-4 in Orlando, Fla.  

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

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

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

“Offering instructor scholarships is new to our WIN Conference this year," said Jennifer Justice-Haley of Valley Paint & Body, Inc., chair of the WIN Education Committee. "By offering scholarships to instructors as well as students and shop employees, WIN helps add to their professional career development in the collision repair industry.”

The deadline for applications is March 5, 2010. For scholarship requirements, visit www.womensindustrynetwork.com.  Scholarship submissions should be mailed to the WIN Scholarship Committee, c/o ASE, 101 Blue Seal Drive, Suite 101, Leesburg, Va. 20175.  For more information, contact Jennifer Justice-Haley at (513) 266-0748 or [email protected].

For more information on WIN, contact Victoria Jankowski at [email protected] or Jeanne Silver at [email protected].

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