The SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund awarded a total of $168,000 to 61 individuals this year. That includes 50 SEMA scholarships presented to current students and 11 loan-forgiveness awards to employees of SEMA-member companies.
SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund
Diamond Bar, CA (August 3, 2016) -- The SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund awarded $168,000 to 61 individuals this year. This includes 50 SEMA scholarships presented to current students, and 11 loan-forgiveness awards presented to employees of SEMA-member companies.
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The deadline to complete the SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund application is March 1, 2016.
Scholarship applications for the SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund are now being accepted.
The Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) is now accepting applications for the 2016 SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund for students preparing for careers in the auto or auto parts industries.
Scholarship applications for the 2016 SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund are now being accepted. Here are the recipients selected for the 2015 fund.
Through SEMA’s Loan Forgiveness, part of the SEMA Memorial Scholarship, individuals currently working for SEMA-member companies can receive $2,000 toward outstanding student loans.
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 to $3,000, with $5,000 going to the top student. Applications for the 2016–2017 academic year will launch November 1, 2015. A full year of tuition, valued up to $29,400, will be awarded to one student attending Ohio Technical College (OTC). Assistance is available for career paths in 12 automotive industry disciplines, including accounting, engineering, race car driving/crew administration, information technology, sales/marketing, advertising, manufacturing, design/graphics/photography and transportation.
A recent article in Tomorrow’s Technician offers some tips and tricks for students applying for scholarships.