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Thursday, 11 July 2019 21:12

Tech Students Receive $20K in Scholarships to Pursue Industry Careers

Written by Alexis Wilson

Four students enrolled at a Queens, NY, post-secondary technical institute have been awarded over $20,000 in scholarships to pursue careers as automotive technicians, a highly in-demand field that provides a pathway to quality long-term careers.

AASP/NJ hosted its 8th Annual Race Night on June 11 at RPM Raceway in Jersey City, NJ.

On May 21, the Auto Body Association of Connecticut (ABAC) held its May meeting, attracting a full house of collision repair professionals.

On May 22-23, AASP/NJ hosted two educational sessions featuring National AutoBody Research’s (NABR) Richard and Sam Valenzuela.

On April 17, the Long Island Autobody Repairmen’s Association (LIABRA) and the Autobody Craftsman’s Guild (ABCG) held their April General Meeting at the Melville Marriott Hotel in Melville, NY.

On April 13, AASP/NJ proudly supported the 2019 SkillsUSA State Conference collision repair competition.

Industry professionals shared their expertise with members during the quarterly meeting of the Auto Body Association of Connecticut (ABAC).

On March 19, the Long Island Auto Body Repairmen’s Association (LIABRA) and the Auto Body Craftsmen’s Guild (ABCG) held their March General Meeting at Huntington Volvo in Huntington, NY.

On the first night of AASP/NJ’s NORTHEAST® automotive services show, Mike Anderson from Collision Advice debuted a new course, “Scanning Best Practices,” to a jam-packed room of eager pupils.

During AASP/NJ’s 2019 NORTHEAST automotive services show, K. Michael Bradshaw of K&M Collision presented “Repairer to Repairer: Realities of Structural Repair and Tooling.”

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