April 17, 2017—The Collision Repair Education Foundation is set to partner with the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) on the Cars, Careers and Celebrities event on Sept. 15. This will mark the education foundation’s third year hosting the event, which last year brought together over 400 high school and college collision students.
Cars, Careers and Celebrities will take place at Chicagoland Speedway in Joliet, Ill., in conjunction with the first race in The Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup. Students will have the opportunity to meet industry employers, view product demonstrations, hold initial interviews, and potentially meet race car drivers.
There is no charge to automotive repair and collision students, instructors and administrators to attend; however, pre-registration is required. Companies interested in participating in the 2017 event are encouraged to contact the education foundation’s director of development, Brandon Eckenrode. To learn more about ASE, click here.