Each year, the WIN® College Student Tuition and Conference Scholarship Award is presented to deserving students enrolled in a post-secondary collision repair technology program.
Recipients each receive a $1,000 scholarship to continue their post-secondary education in collision repair and complimentary registration to attend the 2018 WIN Educational Conference (to include travel). Recipients are also provided the opportunity to be mentored by one of the 2018 Most Influential Women (MIW) Honorees or a member of the WIN Board of Directors.
This year’s recipients include:
Ashley Cambern: Ashley attends Universal Technical Institute in Houston, TX. Ashley grew up in Phoenix but relocated to Houston in May 2017 to attend school. Ashley goes to school each day with the mindset to be her best and excel in her classwork. She has received four “Student of the Course” awards for being ranked the number one student within a class course. While exceeding in school, she also volunteers at the local little league football field picking up trash, mowing, painting field lines and helping at the snack bar.
Painting is her true passion. She plans on working at Service King after graduation as a painter’s helper and learning as much as she can.
Jennifer Clark: Jennifer attends school at Lincoln College of Technology in Denver, CO. Jennifer’s dad was from Detroit and her mom from a farming community in Tracy, MO. But it was actually her mother who created her love of cars by taking her to car shows.
Jennifer bought an FJ Cruiser, which she completely tore down and rebuilt. She loves to customize cars and is currently participating in a project to create a Bat Mobile.
Outside of school, she enjoys giving back to her community by working with the Lakewood Police Department and Lakewood Animal Control. Her goal is to work for a fabrication shop specializing in off-road vehicles.
Yanet Enriquez: Yanet also attends Lincoln College of Technology in Denver, CO. Prior to attending Lincoln Tech, she received her associate’s degree in computer science at the Community College of Denver. She felt unfulfilled with her major, so she visited Lincoln Tech. During her visit, she immediately knew that she wanted to enroll in the collision repair program. Yanet has never been more involved or invested in school than she is at Lincoln Tech! She also is involved with Toys for Tots and the Ambassadors Club.
Once graduated, Yanet would like to learn by working under someone, then open a business with her brother, who is a mechanic. They would like to have a collision shop and a mechanical shop in the same building.