SEMA is committed to providing resources to students to help them find careers in the automotive aftermarket. Many times, higher education can be a key factor in preparing you for a successful career in the automotive aftermarket. The schools below have used the resources provided by SEMA to be successful.
The schools listed below are active in fostering the professional development of promising new aftermarket students.
They have done so by providing students with resources to be successful, along with participating in the SEMA Show Student Program.
Learn how to be apart of this community by contacting SEMA Education at SEMAeducation@sema.org.
Get recognized! To learn more about how your school can get involved, visit /student-programs or contact Juliet Marshall, Manager, Education Projects at JulietM@sema.org.