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Feb. 25, 2013—The upcoming Women’s Industry Network (WIN) Educational Conference will focus on recruiting talent to the industry.

“We know attracting talented people to the collision repair industry is a hot topic,” said Tina Clark, co-chair of the WIN Conference. “Understanding the myriad sub-issues related to recruiting, such as how to attract the best talent, and legal considerations during the interviewing and hiring process, enables our members to be smarter employers, managers and employees.”

To help welcome new women to the industry, WIN is offering several scholarships to attend the conference, which also serves as an opportunity to network and share ideas with industry professionals, students and new members of the industry.

WIN is offering six Student Conference Scholarships to students enrolled in a secondary or post-secondary collision repair technology program. Each scholarship recipient will receive a one-year WIN membership, paid WIN Conference fee, and free hotel and travel to the conference.

WIN is also offering scholarships to employees of collision repair businesses, including technicians, office employees and administrators.

This year’s WIN Educational Conference is scheduled for May 5-7 in Phoenix.

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