HOFFMAN ESTATES, IL – May 5, 2016 –The Collision Repair Education Foundation will be holding a ribbon cutting ceremony at Thomas Edison Career and Technical High School’s (Jamaica, NY) collision program on Wednesday, May 18th, as they were the recipient of the 2014 $50,000 Ultimate Collision Education Makeover school grant. Industry members are invited to come to the event for a tour of the program, meet with school administration, collision instructors, and students.
Collision Repair Education Foundation Director of Grant Programs Melissa Marscin noted, “We invite the entire collision industry to join us at the ribbon cutting on May 18th. Barry Roopnarine and the administration have done a fantastic job in utilizing the grant to transform the collision program, and we want to celebrate this with the students, staff, local community, and industry members.”
If you are interested in attending the event, from 2pm-4pm on May 18th at the Thomas Edison Career and Technical High School, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Industry members interested in joining the Collision Repair Education Foundation’s supporters and assist high school and college collision school programs should contact Director of Development Brandon Eckenrode at 847.463.5245 or Brandon.Eckenrode@ed-foundation.org.
The Collision Repair Education Foundation, founded in 1991, is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to securing donations that support philanthropic and collision repair education activities that promote and enhance career opportunities in the industry. For information on how to donate to programs supported by the Education Foundation visit us online: www.CollisionEducationFoundation.org.