The “Because I’m a Tech” campaign celebrates skilled trades and promotes the career path.
Women seeking technician careers will play an even more vital part in the service and maintenance industry in the future.
Universal Technical Institute and IGNITE Worldwide host panel of to encourage female students in trades.
Dave Milne, longtime vice president of credential testing programs, has retired after a 26-year career at ASE.
Thanks for your service and thanks to our industry for helping to get veterans back to work.
It’s easy to say we’re “always working to improve,” but it’s hard to resist the urge to rest on our achievements.
Of the students who have posted resumes on S/P2 Careers so far, more than 32,000 are interested in automotive service, 13,000 are interested in collision repair, 13,000 are interested in heavy-duty/diesel and 14,000 are interested in welding career opportunities.
The S/P2 Careers resume database is fueled by career tech students looking for full-time, part-time and internship opportunities as entry-level technicians.
The Auto Care Assocation is looking to present the Mort Schwartz Excellence in Education Award and the Auto Care Career and Education award to worthy individuals in the industry. The deadline to submit for both awards is June 15.
This annual program provides financial support for students pursuing internships across the country to gain valuable, real-world education in a variety of careers throughout the auto care industry.
Student Career Day will include hundreds of high school and college students from across the country and more than 60 SEMA Show exhibitors.
Working directly with the educational institution or through an industry company, Auto Care Careers on Campus provides the tools and resources necessary to conduct on-campus events, whether in the classroom or as part of a career fair.