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Fall 2017 High School College Collision Auto Service Student Career Fairs
The Collision Repair Education Foundation and ASE will be hosting career fairs this fall that will be attended by hundreds of local high school college collision and auto service students who are looking to meet industry employers/vendors.
These events are available to all industry members to participate.
- Chicago, IL (9/15)
- St. Louis, MO (9/29)
- Seattle, WA (10/11)
- Sacramento, CA (10/5)
- Lansing, MI (11/13)
- Minneapolis, MN
- Topeka, KS
- Columbus, OH
- Charlotte, NC
- Miami, FL
- Boston, MA
The Collision Repair Education Foundation is helping to connect high school and college collision students across the country with industry employers through their Cars, Careers Celebrities Expo events. As the $40 billion collision industry is facing the issue of an aged workforce and there being a desperate need for highly skilled entry-level staff, the Education Foundation will serve as a ‘bridge to employment’ for these students and allow them to meet employers at these career fairs. These events are open to all businesses to participate with several different sponsorship/participating levels.
If you are a school looking to have your students attend these events and/or a business interested in participating, please contact Collision Repair Education Foundation Director of Development Brandon Eckenrode.
About the Foundation
The Collision Repair Education Foundation is a national nonprofit and tax-exempt student organization under the Internal Revenue Service Code, Section (501)(c)(3).
Collision Repair Education Foundation
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