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Team Finalized for SEMA Mustang Build Powered By Women

The all-female build team is now finalized for the SEMA Mustang Build Powered by Women. Starting in July at Source Interlink Media’s Southern California headquarters, the team of technicians, enthusiasts and industry personnel will work together to customize the ’13 Ford Mustang GT donated by Ford Motor Co.—the title sponsor of the project.

SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund Announces Awards

Dedicated to fostering the next generation of automotive aftermarket industry leaders and innovators, the SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund awarded a total of $130,000 to 69 scholarship recipients for 2012, and $15,000 was awarded to 15 loan-forgiveness recipients. Over the life of the fund, $1.5 million has gone to 1,000 deserving students since it was started in 1984.

"High Gear" Concept Chosen for First-Ever SEMA Mustang Build Powered by Women

Thousands of fans voted for a satin black luxury Mustang concept in the first-ever SEMA Mustang Build Powered by Women.

Scholarship Recipient Daryl Green Helps Students Answer the Question, "Where Do I Start?"

SEMA's Education Institute (SEI) recently interviewed 2008 SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund recipient Daryl Green, who is currently working at Retro USA as a design engineer.

2012 SEMA Scholarship Applications Due Next Week

April 6, 2012, is the deadline to apply for an automotive scholarship through the 2012 SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund (SMSF). The scholarship application requires college transcripts and letters of recommendation and is now available at www.sema.org/scholarships.

SEMA Scholarship Winner Ryan Brimhall Provides Career Tips for Students

Through the SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund (SMSF), the association helps prepare the next generation of the automotive workforce for today's competitive market through financial assistance for students attending various universities, colleges, and/or vocational schools in the United States. In fact, the fund has yielded more than $1.5 million in scholarships since 1984.

Catching Up With SEMA Scholarship Winner Kyle Morgan

Through the SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund (SMSF), the association helps prepare the next generation of the automotive workforce for today's competitive market through financial assistance for students attending various universities, colleges, and/or vocational schools in the United States. In fact, the fund has yielded more than $1.5 million in scholarships since 1984.

SEMA Scholarship Winner David Arnouts Offers Advice for Students

SEMA's Education Institute (SEI) recently interviewed 2010 SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund recipient David Arnouts, who is currently working at Autoweek as associate editor. Arnouts shared some thoughts about what fuels his enthusiasm for motorsports and provided advice for students applying for scholarships and for those just beginning a career in the automotive industry.  

2012 SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund Applications Now Available

Students preparing for careers in the automotive industry may be eligible to receive financial awards ranging from $1,000–$4,000 through the 2012 SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund (SMSF). The scholarship application requires college transcripts and letters of recommendation and is now available at www.sema.org/scholarships.

404hp Ed Pink Small-Block Ford Engine Benefits SEMA Scholarship Fund

Legendary builder Ed Pink assembled a very special engine using a complement of premium-quality, high-performance components from leading manufacturers in the automotive aftermarket, all of whom are SEMA members. The engine sold for $8,200 and proceeds from the auction will benefit the SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund.
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