The Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) announced it has finalized an agreement to purchase the International Motorsports Industry Show (IMIS), the racing trade show that has been held annually in Indianapolis since 2009.
A Nat Danas Scholarship, to be presented annually to students pursuing or advancing a career in the auto trim and restyling industry, has been established as part of the SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund with an endowment of $58,000. The announcement was made by the Nat Danas Scholarship Committee at the SEMA Industry Awards Banquet, held during the 2012 SEMA Show in Las Vegas.
After just eight months, the SEMA Data Co-op (SDC) has reached a milestone with its 150th supplier member joining the group. The program which launched its beta phase in April now includes 150 manufacturer members, 90 data receivers with more participants being added every day.
College is expensive. SEMA can help. The SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund is dedicated to fostering the next generation of automotive aftermarket industry leaders and innovators. Scholarship awards range from $2,000 - $3,000, with $5,000 going to the top student. SEMA Scholarship winners will be invited to attend the 2016 SEMA Show.
SEMA is providing 68
individuals with a total of $112,000 through the SEMA Memorial Scholarship
Fund. Established to support and foster leadership opportunities in the
automotive specialty-equipment marketplace, the fund awards grants to eligible
applicants who are pursuing careers in the automotive specialty equipment
market based on academic achievements, work experience, essay content,
recommendations and more.
Students preparing for careers in the automotive industry may be
eligible to receive financial awards ranging from $1,000-$4,000 through
the 2011 SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund (SMSF). The scholarship
application, which is due April 1, 2011 and requires college
transcripts and letters of recommendation, is now available at
A total of $111,000 is being distributed to 67 individuals through the
SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund (SMSF), a program administered by the
Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) to foster leadership
opportunities in the automotive specialty-equipment marketplace and to
support educational goals for students.
SEMA's Memorial Scholarship Fund and Loan Forgiveness Program help students preparing for careers in the automotive industry and recent
graduates working for SEMA member companies. Awards range from $1,000-$4,000, but you need to apply by April 2 to get in the running.
No matter what level, college is expensive. Tuition, fees, books,
parking, housing costs: they can all add up and overwhelm. Learn how SEMA can
help you with tuition or existing student loans.
SEMA is once again ready to help pay tuition for the future of the industry by offering scholarships to today’s brightest students attending various universities, colleges and/or vocational schools in the United States and Canada.