I-CAR has provided students from TSTC’s auto collision program with scholarships, tool grants, U.S. Armed Forces veteran grants and grants for TSTC shop upgrades.
“We are honored to provide TSTC in Harlingen with the Progressive Laptop Grant and other assistance throughout the year. This is a well-deserved award,” said Melissa Marscin, director of operations and administration for the Collision Repair Education Foundation. “TSTC’s collision program has proven to be great, and we know these laptops will help them become an even better program. We hope that this donation will help them improve their access to I-CAR training, estimating and vehicle service information.”
Vasquez said he is thankful for everything I-CAR has done for the program and his students.
“Year in and year out, as a member of their foundation, I-CAR has helped us improve our training and kick-start careers,” said Vasquez.
Auto collision and management technology is offered at TSTC’s Harlingen and Waco campuses and offers certificate and associate degree tracks.
For more information on TSTC auto collision technology, visit tstc.edu.