SEMA has launched a new program designed to support and engage high-school students in the automotive hobby.
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Join SEMA in Detroit, Wednesday, June 14, for an exclusive educational and networking event.
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On Wednesday, June 14, the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), Michigan District Office, will host the “Financing Your Growth” panel discussion in conjunction with SEMA’s Regional Education and Networking event.
SEMA’s Senior Director of Education Zane Clark talks about the efforts the industry is making to engage the youth and the automotive aftermarket’s future leaders and innovators.
SEMA will offer a professional development and small-business training program in Detroit, Wednesday, June 14.
SEMA’s education team has a new initiative to connect automotive aftermarket companies with higher-education institutions. Through this grassroots approach to reaching students who are beginning to look for careers, SEMA aims to introduce the vast number of job functions available in the automotive aftermarket industry. There are a number of opportunities for companies to have a presence in their local schools and communities through SEMA by participating in career fairs, holding student interview days on campus, hosting students for a facility tour or giving a presentation in a classroom setting.
The SEMA Show provides attendees and exhibitors with unequaled learning opportunities to support professional development and provide the tools necessary to grow small businesses.
Manufacturing Day (MFG Day) gives manufacturers an opportunity to open their doors and show students what today’s manufacturing is—and what it isn’t.