Hoffman Estates, IL– June 12, 2018 – This spring, through a grant and scholarship program with the Collision Repair Education Foundation, the Nashville I-CAR Committee is awarding three TCAT Livingston students with a $1,000 tool grant each and four Lincoln Tech students with a scholarship toward their post-secondary collision repair education.
This year’s recipients include two students studying at TCAT Livingston who will be awarded a $1,000 tool grants.
- Jordan Rodgers
- Justus Lynn
“As Chairman for I-CAR Nashville Committee, I first and foremost want to thank our industry partners that support our Collision Repair Education Foundation events that make these student tool grants possible. I am honored to be a part of a committee who strives for the improvement of Middle Tennessee technical schools and students,” said Kayla Clark, Chairman for the I-CAR Nashville Committee. “The goal of our committee is to make sure that the students entering the industry are successful and have the tools and support they need, and one small way we can do that is through raising funds through the local events. Our committee looks forward to continuing our efforts in supporting these programs and watching the continued success of these recipients.”
Those interested in working with the Collision Repair Education Foundation to support secondary and post-secondary collision repair students, instructors, and their school programs should contact CREF Director of Development, Brandon Eckenrode at 847.463.5244 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 on the Internet at: www.CollisionEducationFoundation.org.