COLLISION REPAIR TEMPE DISCUSSES CAREER FAIR TO BE HELD IN ORLANDO
According to Collision Repair Tempe, the Collision Repair Education Foundation CREF announced that the Orlando, Fla., career fair has been set for March 10th as the organization continues its efforts to try and bridge the gap between the High School and collision college students and entry-level industry employment.
The Collision Repair Education Foundation or the CREF was founded in 1991; it is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to supporting collision repair education programs, schools, and students to be able to create qualified, entry-level employees and connect them with an array of career opportunities.
The Educational Foundations main future is to attain a collision industry that has a sufficient number of qualified and properly trained, and immediately productive entry level employees that are able to meet the current and future industry needs. The educational foundations core goal is to enhance the industry to a level of expertise by creating a platform where students and potential employers can be able to meet and share the idea.
The students are able to identify employers and vice versa, the core objective of the event will mainly to prep while at the same time giving collision high school and college students a glimpse of their potential industry and what is expected of them Collision Repair Tempe discovered.
The event being hosted by CREF will be taking place at the PPG Business development Center in Kissimmee and the industry companies that are seeking to meet greater Orlando area collision students have all been invited to the event Collision Repair Tempe Noted.
According to Collision Repair Tempe over 250 local collision students from seven different schools have already RSVP’d for this great event and sponsorship funds that will be raised during this and other career events will be utilized by the CREF to ensure that the high schools and colleges are graduating qualified ad productive entry-level employees.
Collision Repair Tempe noted Domenic Brusco, PPG Automotive Refinish, senior manager, industry relations stating that the PPG is proud to support the Collision Repair Education Foundation and their efforts to assist the future professionals of this particular industry. He added that they were looking forward to hosting this particular career fair for the greater Orlando area collision students and to ensure that they have helped them get introduced to collision repair employers.
The director of Collision Repair Education Foundation of Development, Mr. Brandon Eckenrode added that they are looking forward to bringing their traveling collision career fair to the greater Orlando market in March and to be able to bring together hundreds of high school and college going collision repair students and local industry employers. Collision repair Tempe also noted that the foundation wanted to thank the PPG for hosting this particular event and their continued support of the Education Foundation.
This year the Collision Repair Education Foundation has set its eyes on Orlando, and all High School and College collision students are expected to attend this career-building event. For more information on CREF and the upcoming Orlando events, you can visit http://collisioneducationfoundation.org/.