NOVA Community College Looking for Collision Repair, Auto Tech Instructors

NOVA Community College Looking for Collision Repair, Auto Tech Instructors

The future of the industry depends on continued interest in the field of collision repair. That interest can be fueled by strong programs in our schools. Industry impact requires intentional involvement.

Who do you know who might be right to invest in the next generation of collision repair professionals by becoming an instructor?

Two opportunities are available at Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA.) NOVA is looking far and wide for the best candidates to train hundreds of new techs and help advance their ability to connect with the best employers. Please share these postings with anyone who you think would be an excellent instructor and who can work well to develop and enhance industry partnerships.

See the collision repair faculty posting here, and the automotive technology faculty posting here.

For more information, contact Laura Garcia, automotive and collision program head, Alexandria Campus, at (703) 919-8040 or lgarciamoreyra1@nvcc.edu.

Source: WMABA

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