SEMA eNews Vol. 13, No. 12, March 25, 2010

Time Running Out to Get SEMA Money for School, Pay Down Loans

  Scholarship Winners
  Several students who attended a 2008 SEMA Show welcome reception
received association scholarships, including Clemson University's Reza
Saeidpourazar (far left), a $2,000 graduate award winner.

It’s not too late to apply for the SEMA Scholarship or Loan Forgiveness Program! But don’t wait; the deadline to apply is April 16, 2010. If you're a student preparing for a career in the automotive industry, SEMA can lend a hand.

The SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund is dedicated to fostering the next
generation of industry leaders and innovators, offering scholarships to
today’s brightest students at universities, colleges and/or vocational
schools in the United States and Canada. Awards range from $1,000–$2,000, with $4,000 going to the top student.

And if you're a recent graduate with outstanding student loans, we can help, too. The SEMA Loan Forgiveness Program is dedicated to helping recent
graduates off to successful starts in their automotive
aftermarket careers, offering a minimum of $1,000 toward outstanding
student loans for individuals employed by SEMA-member companies.

Apply Online Today

If you know someone who can benefit from these programs, point them to for details on applying for the SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund or SEMA Loan Forgiveness Program.

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