SEMA eNews Vol. 19, No. 3, January 21, 2016

Connect With Engineering Students and Future Employees

By Zane Clark

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A SEMA-hosted student workshop, which will feature 100 engineering students from 18 Southern California colleges and universities, will highlight career opportunities in the automotive aftermarket industry while showcasing the advanced product development and emissions resources available at the SEMA Garage.
   

SEMA will host a Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Southern California section student workshop, Saturday, February 27, from 9:30 a.m.–3:00 p.m., at the SEMA Garage in Diamond Bar, California. The workshop, which will feature 100 engineering students from 18 Southern California colleges and universities, will highlight career opportunities in the automotive aftermarket industry while showcasing the advanced product development and emissions resources available at the SEMA Garage.

Participating students will be treated to networking opportunities and a panel discussion from industry-leading companies and professional engineers who will share real-world advice and delve into career paths in the automotive industry. The engineering students will also participate in tours of the SEMA Garage’s all-new CARB-recognized Emissions Lab, Installation Center and Photography Studio.

Additionally, the SoCAL SAE student group will hold an open meeting in which they will discuss their participation in Collegiate Design Series (CDS) competitions. Topics will include:

  • 40th anniversary of the Baja competition and first-ever SAE Baja California.
  • SoCal Mac Short competition.
  • Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach booth participation and discount codes.
  • Baja California competition.
  • Aero Design West competition.

Companies and individuals interested in participating in this exclusive SAE student workshop should contact SEMA’s Director of Education Zane Clark at 909-978-6743. Lunch will be provided. Attendance is limited.

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