By Michael Hart
Engineering students attended a Career Day at the SEMA Garage in February.
This year, in support of SEMA’s Career Paths initiative, the SEMA Show will launch its first-ever Student Career Day. On Monday, October 31, from 1:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m., SEMA members and Show exhibitors will have the chance to introduce themselves and their companies and present available career opportunities to about 600 high-school and college students who will attend the Show.
While not technically a “job fair” (although students may come with their résumés in hand), it is an opportunity to pique the interest of bright, talented young people, and for students to begin relationships that may lead to careers in the automotive aftermarket industry.
Join the 33 companies already committed to participating.
Spots are going fast. To participate or learn more, contact Zane Clark, SEMA’s senior director of education.