Roger McCollum will serve as UAF chairman for 2024, replacing Bob Egan.
The series is for aftermarket executives who want to become more efficient and proficient at leading their organization.
In 2022, the University of the Aftermarket Foundation awarded 461 scholarships totaling $731,350.
Participants represented a wide range of light vehicle aftermarket job functions, geographies and experiences.
More than 400 automotive scholarships funded by the University of the Aftermarket Foundation and partner organizations are available.
The Invitational supported the new UAF Coffee Club recurring donor campaign.
More than 500 scholarships will be awarded. Deadline to apply is March 31, 2022.
Still, additional volunteers are always needed, UAF says.
Apply online at the Automotive Scholarships website by March 31.
In 2020 alone, more than $654,000 in scholarships to 471 students were awarded through the UAF scholarship program.
The new mobile-ready UAF website features a portal for students to apply for hundreds of automotive scholarships, a simple-to-use donation system, updated lists of trustees, donors and scholarship recipients, plus a wealth of information about the foundation, including news, grant applications and other resources.
A scholarship has been established in BBB Industries Founder Don Bigler’s name, to be awarded annually to a deserving student pursuing a career in the aftermarket.