Automotive and Collision Division Receives Donation

Automotive and Collision Department Receives Donation

South Technical High School’s Automotive and Collision Department receives generous I-CAR St. Louis donation in recognition of their Gateway Motorsports Park and Enterprise Rent-A-Car job fairs in 2016 – which generated $25,000 from employer sponsors. Employer sponsors partnered with I-CAR St. Louis to purchase job fair tables and conduct interviews of automotive and collision students from participating schools.

I-CAR is an international nonprofit organization dedicated to providing the information, knowledge, and skills required to perform complete, safe and quality repairs. I-CAR’s focus is to provide everyone involved in collision repair with access to high-quality, industry-recognized training solutions and support ongoing conversations in the industry on issues that impact collision repair.

Funds raised from the Gateway Motorsports Park and Enterprise Rent-A-Car job fairs helped technical schools support their automotive and collision programs. North and South Technical High School received $4,000 each for their program and Lewis and Clark Career Center received $4,000 for their program. Rolla Technical Institute and Lake Area Career Center in Camdenton each received $4,500 respectfully. Each school may use funds to purchase equipment from the Collision Repair Education Foundation.

South Technical High School campus was presented with their check on March 22nd at 2:30 p.m. The donation has been used to purchase supplies and tools for their automotive and collision department.

For more information contact Gene Slattery at 314-422-7885 or at gene@automotivetechnology.com

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