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I-CAR Nashville Committee Awards Students with Grants

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June 14, 2018—This spring, through a grant and scholarship program with the Collision Repair Education Foundation, the Nashville I-CAR Committee is awarding three TCAT Livingston students with a $1,000 tool grant each and four Lincoln Tech students with a scholarship toward their post-secondary collision repair education.

This year’s recipients include two students studying at TCAT Livingston who will be awarded a $1,000 tool grants:

  • Jordan Rodgers
  • Justus Lynn

Kayla Clark, chairman for the I-CAR Nashville Committee said in a press release statement, that the goal of the committee is to make sure students entering the industry are successful and have the tools and support they need. 

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