Six new schools join the 2019-2020 SEMA High School Vehicle Build Program.
Former School of the Year and auto technology instructor at Bullard-Havens Technical High School, Roxanne Amiot, received the 2019 SEMA-NACAT Education Award.
The SEMA Memorial Scholarship program offers financial assistance of up to $5,000 to help foster the next generation of automotive aftermarket industry leaders and innovators. Scholarships are available in a variety of categories, including accounting, sales, marketing and engineering.
For the second year in a row, a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro beat out nearly 300 entrants in the internationally recognized competition that has unfolded during the SEMA Show in Las Vegas.
SEMA Show exhibitors voted on the vehicles that represent the best business opportunities for the aftermarket in five categories.
The Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) recently announced the winner of the Young Guns Fan Vote competition.
It’s the “Year of the Bronco” at the 2019 SEMA Show and WD-40 Company and SEMA Cares have partnered to rebuild an iconic cult classic, the 1966 Ford Bronco, to be featured show before being auctioned off to raise money for ChildHelp, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the prevention and treatment of child abuse.
It’s the pinnacle of many automotive professionals’ careers to have a build at the SEMA Show. With the help of SEMA Education, C.D. Hylton High School’s auto students will have a build at SEMA before graduation.
The program aims to engage students in the customization lifestyle and introduce them to a career path within the automotive aftermarket industry by connecting high school automotive shop classes with specialty-equipment manufacturers products to build one-of-a-kind customized vehicles.
The three finalists will participate in the SEMA Education Partners Breakfast at the 2019 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, where the winner will be announced.