With just over two months before the doors open at the annual SEMA Show, pre-registration for the industry’s leading education program is in full swing.
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Executives and entrepreneurs must empower their staff by providing the tools and resources to help move the business forward and ensure success by creating a shared sense of urgency.
Correspondent, author and actress Megan Alexander will kick off the 2018 SEMA Show Education program, Monday, October 29, at 8:30 a.m.
One-hundred percent of the proceeds will be used to fund another project that will continue to support and educate students about vehicle builds and careers in the automotive industry.
Teaching science, technology, engineering and math skills to middle schoolers through highlighting the exciting world of the automotive industry.
Among SEMA’s chief goals as a trade association is working to ensure the industry’s future, in part by expanding youth engagement programs. The goal is to interest young talent in car culture, and ultimately to fill a variety of emerging technological, skilled, creative and administrative positions. A number of those efforts also involve collaborating on initiatives conceived and operated by outside organizations, with SEMA serving as a catalyst.
The SEMA Show Education program features more than 100 professional development and industry-focused sessions available to attendees and exhibitors.
With topics ranging from automotive electronics to women in business, there is sure to be high-value programming for all Show attendees.
This pilot project involves a collaboration between SEMA and the Santa Fe Early College Opportunities Applied Science Magnet School (Santa Fe ECO).