Guest post by Scott Greschner On Wednesday, February 28th, Dakota County Technical College hosted the Spring Transportation Showcase. This was the biggest Showcase to date with 9 high schools participating and over 300 students visiting the campus for the event from throughout the metro area, eastern Minnesota, and western Wisconsin. 40+ industry partners attended the
Don’t just stand there, get in gear! Join us at an event, meet some of our industry experts and discover how you can turn your passion for cars or technology into a rewarding and successful career.
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On Thursday, February 15th, Minnesota Careers in Auto Repair & Service (MNCARS), organized a field trip for girls enrolled in auto classes at St. Paul Central High School. The group of 14 girls and their instructor visited 3 very different employers representing the auto service and collision repair industry to see women in action in
Minnesota Careers in Auto Repair and Service (MNCARS) is a non-profit organization established in 2016 by the Alliance of Automotive Service Providers of Minnesota (AASP-MN). Its sole purpose is to promote careers in the automotive industry, recruit young people into the state’s college-level automotive service and collision repair programs and, ultimately, into industry workplaces. Now
The Alliance of Automotive Service Providers of Minnesota (AASP-MN) is pleased to announce scholarship awards totaling $18,000 to help automotive service and collision repair students pay for tuition and tools during the 2017-18 school year. The scholarships are in the amount of $1,000 per student and were made possible by a successful fundraising drive within
The 15 th Annual Race for Automotive Education is planned for January 10 & 11, 2017 at ProKart Indoor Racing, Burnsville, MN. The event, sponsored by the Alliance of Automotive Service Providers, Minnesota (AASP- MN), serves as the primary fundraiser for the AASP-MN Automotive Education Fund, which provides financial resources to support automotive students, enhance
Minnesota’s economy favors skilled employees, and many collision repair techs are making more than $100,000 per year.
With 7.8 million Americans unemployed, and 5.4 million jobs available, the economy is showing a shortage of skills that could be filled with qualified professionals in the automotive industry.
Automotive job opportunities are skyrocketing, and Dunwoody is helping companies fill their future workforce with highly-skilled automotive program graduates.
This year’s conference challenges local school counselors to “Find your Inner SuperHero” on May 1-3 at Madden’s on Gull Lake in Brainerd, Minn.