SEMA eNews Vol. 22, No. 11, March 14, 2019

SEMA Launches “If I Built a Car” Book Delivery to K–3 Classrooms

By Katie Hurst

  SEMA Education
SEMA will select 1,000 elementary school educators from grades K–3 to be granted 10 limited-edition copies of “If I Built a Car” books for their classrooms.
   

In 2019, SEMA will select 1,000 elementary school educators from grades K–3 to be granted 10 limited-edition copies of “If I Built a Car” books for their classrooms. The primary objective for in-class integration is for educators to create and deliver an interactive experience and exercise designed around the book that supports their learning objectives.

The mission and spirit of the program is to inspire youth to participate in the automotive customization lifestyle by promoting or creating hands-on and virtual experiences. Getting young people more excited about the automotive hobby will encourage them to think about how they might customize or personalize their vehicles in the future.

Help SEMA’s youth engagement efforts by spreading the word about this program to a school in your local area or reach out to an educator you know who teaches K–3. Educators can sign up for this program online, or by contacting Katie Hurst at 909-978-6693.

 

 

 

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