SEMA eNews Vol. 12, No. 50, December 17, 2009

Let SEMA Help Put You Through College—Here’s How

  Hurst Camaro-SEMA Memorial Scholarship
  Hurst, Chevrolet, and eBay joined to build this special edition Camaro, won at auction by Ernest Feist (left), with all proceeds benefitting the SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund.

No matter what level, college is expensive. Tuition, fees, books, parking, housing costs: it can all add up and overwhelm. But SEMA can help.

If you know someone preparing for a career in the automotive industry, we’re ready to lend a hand. And if you know someone with outstanding student loans, we can help with those, too.

Through the SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund, the association is dedicated to fostering the next generation of industry leaders and innovators, offering scholarships to today’s brightest students at universities, colleges and/or vocational schools in both the United States and Canada. Four-year, two-year, graduate and member dependent scholarships range from $1,000–$2,000, with $4,000 going to the top student.

The SEMA Loan Forgiveness Program, meanwhile, is dedicated to aiding recent graduates in getting their auto aftermarket careers off to a successful start, offering a minimum of $1,000 toward outstanding student loans for individuals employed by SEMA-member companies.

Applications and additional details are now available online. Click here to learn more and take advantage of this great benefit today!

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