WIN has joined forces with CREF to expand its scholarship reach and increase application opportunities.
A record 20 new recipients received WIN College Student Tuition and Conference Scholarship Awards in 2023.
WIN says the campaign is vital to its mission to attract, retain and advance women in collision repair industry.
Discussion on future of collision repair will include Babcox Media’s Aime Szymanski.
The organization is committed to advancing women in the collision repair industry.
The webinar will highlight the achievements of the 2020 Class of Most Influential Women (MIW) recipients.
Today’s techs are well-paid, highly skilled, hands-on problem solvers. So why is there a lack of interest?
Each recipient receives a $1,000 scholarship to continue their post-secondary education in collision repair.
The event will be held from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 11 at Babcox Media, 3550 Embassy Parkway, Fairlawn, Ohio (15 minutes south of Cleveland and north of Akron).
Applications for the 2020 WIN Scholarship Program are now open to female students.
Destiny Potter, the 2016 recipient of the Lon Baudoux Legacy Scholarship from the Collision Repair Education Foundation (CREF), is using her experience to help inspire students to join the collision repair industry.
WIN offers scholarships that provide tuition assistance, educational opportunities and enrichment events to qualified applicants.