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The Auto Care Careers program partners with universities, colleges and vocational schools to promote the thriving auto care industry as a dynamic place to work.
The Auto Care Association is partnering with Texas A&M University’s Professional Association for Industrial Distribution (PAID) to attract college-aged students to work for the auto care industry, as part of its Auto Care Careers program. Auto Care Careers will participate in the Fall 2017 PAID Career Fair on Sept. 21 in College Station, Texas. Auto Care Association member companies are invited to participate in this recruitment effort.
PAID is the largest student-run organization at Texas A&M University and has more than 1,100 members. The group is primarily made up of students from the Industrial Distribution program; however, they have members from a variety of academic units.
The Auto Care Careers program partners with universities, colleges and vocational schools to promote the thriving auto care industry as a dynamic place to work. Working directly with the educational institution or through an industry company, Auto Care Careers on Campus will provide the tools and resources necessary to conduct on-campus events, whether in the classroom or as part of a career fair.
Space is limited at the Fall 2017 PAID Career Fair, and is reserved on a first-come, first-served basis. Recruiter packages start at $1,200 to secure a table. Additional engagement options are available and outlined on the PAID website. If you are interested in participating, register by Aug 1.
For questions about participating, contact Katy McQuiston, manager, job and career development at [email protected].