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I-CAR, CCC award $5,000 scholarships to three students

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June 8, 2010—I-CAR Education Foundation and CCC Information Services Inc. has announced the winners of three $5,000 scholarships.

The CCC Michael Salvatore Memorial Student Repair Technician Scholarships help students pay back tuition costs and are awarded to those who are currently enrolled in an Industry Training Alliance or NATEF-certified school that is using the CCC Estimating System.

The scholarship recipients are:

• Michael Allen Cornelison, Universal Technical Institute, Houston;
• Ryan Kelley, Fox Valley Technical College, Appleton, Wis.;
• Nicholas David Roueche, Bridgerland Applied Technology College, Logan, Utah.

“This is the fourth year that the I-CAR Education Foundation has worked together with CCC Information Services Inc. to provide this student scholarship,” said Scott Kruger, executive director of the I-CAR Education Foundation. “We are impressed with the accomplishments of the scholarship recipients and they should take pride in this recognition. Thanks to CCC Information Services for their continued support of assisting the future professionals of our industry.”

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