Program sponsors are donating more than 280 different aftermarket products and serving as mentors to 600 automotive students from 10 schools.
SEMA High School Vehicle Build Program
The program reaches, inspires and supports high school students to learn about the automotive aftermarket industry.
The program bridges the gap between industry and auto-shop students to foster the next generation of hobbyists and the automotive aftermarket workforce.
The SEMA High School Vehicle Build Program is expanding to 10 builds for the 2019–2020 school year.
The self-sustaining program engages youth and provides hands-on learning.
The SEMA High School Vehicle Build Program is entering its third round of custom vehicle builds.
The five fully customized Jeep Wrangler TJs built by high school students were up for auction this past week.
All five customized Jeeps are now complete and being auctioned through program partner Bring a Trailer during an event called “SEMA Week of Customs.”
All five customized Jeeps will be auctioned through program partner Bring a Trailer during an event called “SEMA Week of Customs.”
Students are putting the final touches onto the Jeep Wrangler TJ builds in a collaboration between SEMA and five high school automotive tech programs.