According to Shelly Jones, chair of the St. Louis I-CAR Committee, “We had 26 people attend from 16 companies and schools. It was a tremendous turnout.”
During the meeting, Robbie Saladino, principal of business development for I-CAR’s southcentral region, discussed changes made to I-CAR classes and explained how to navigate I-CAR’s new website.
Next, Gene Slattery, education coordinator for the St. Louis I-CAR Committee, shared information about the 2020 St. Louis I-CAR Job Fair, scheduled for Oct. 2 at World Wide Technology Raceway. Information packets for the 2020 Job Fair can be obtained by emailing Gene@automotivetechnology.com.
Jones shared, “During the meeting, committee members signed up to be a liaison to the schools attending the job fair. We anticipate 14 schools, with 900 automotive and collision program students, to attend again this year.”
The St. Louis I-CAR Committee is also excited to announce that partners who register online and pay for their table by May 1 will receive a $100 discount. Registration is available at https://icarstlouis.weebly.com/.
The St. Louis I-CAR Committee will meet on March 12 in the Rodenheiser Automotive building at Ranken Technical College. Jones stated, “All are welcome to join us for meetings and on the job fair planning committee.” For more information, visit facebook.com/ICARStLouisCommittee.