The SEMA Scholarship Program provides more than just money for students. ETTN members with outstanding student loans may qualify to have their debts reduced, through the SEMA Loan Forgiveness Program. Applications are open at to eligible individuals who have minimum of $2,000 in outstanding student loans.

“The current ETTN membership roster represents some of the top automotive engineers, programmers and product developers in the automotive industry – many of whom got to where they are through the help of a college degree,” said ETTN Director Nicole Bradle. “Whether a loan was in connection to a degree or certification from a college, university, or tech school, the loan forgiveness program is a great member benefit to help ETTN members in their career efforts.”

To be eligible for loan forgiveness, individuals must be employed by a SEMA member business, demonstrate passion or the automotive hobby and career, and possess a degree or certificate from a college, university, or career tech school in the United States.

The deadline to apply is March 1 at Questions can be directed to Chris Standifer, SEMA Project Manager, Recognition Programs at, 909-978-6692.