The Collision Repair Education Foundation announced the fall schedule of career fairs, which will bring together over 2,500 collision, auto service, heavy duty, and diesel students to participating employers.
One of the opportunities in today’s collision repair industry is inspiring young adults to pursue careers as collision repair professionals – filling the need for skilled technicians trained to work on technologically advanced vehicles.
The Collision Repair Education Foundation announced that over 1,000 students have registered for its first three Spring Career fairs being held in Tampa and Miami, Fla. and San Antonio, Texas during February and early March.
FenderBender attend a career fair for high school and college auto body and collision students. The fair was put on by Collision Repair Education Foundation, ASE and the Minnesota State Transportation Center of Excellence.
The event will bring together hundreds of high school and college collision and auto service students, industry members, and sponsors. Over 30 companies are signed up to participate with the event and meet the attending students that will be traveling from the greater Midwest and beyond.