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CAWA announces 2018 scholarship winners

Thursday, May 31, 2018 - 07:00
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CAWA, representing the auto parts industry, has awarded $12,750 in 2018 scholarships to 15 individuals of which ten students also received a $500 Powerbuilt certificate thanks to All Trade Tools.

 

“Once again, CAWA is proud to assist these young people in pursuing their education and careers in the auto care industry”, said Rodney Pierini, President and CEO, in announcing the awards. “Furthermore, we thank All Trade Tools for their support and outstanding contribution to this year’s awards”, Pierini continued.

 

Recipients of the scholarships include:

  • Naomi Rivas -  Mort Schwartz Award, University of Redlands
  • Christina Schneider – College of the Desert
  • Alec Jobbins – University of California - Berkeley
  • Erik Rodriguez – California State University - Chico
  • Nicol Henriquez – Los Angeles Trade-Technical College
  • Ernesto Candelario – Cerritos College
  • Adam Haddad – Arizona State University
  • Karen White – Universal Technical Institute
  • Amanda McCullar – Solano Community College
  • Jeff Pizzella – Palomar College
  • Reed Schneider – Universal Technical Institute
  • Madison Sira – Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Stephanie Garcia – Ventura County Community College
  • Torry Tegio – Truckee Meadows Community College
  • Michael Ni – Citrus College

The primary scholarship fundraising effort by CAWA is its annual dinner meeting held the Sunday night before the AAPEX and SEMA shows. This year it will be held at Cesare’s in Las Vegas on October 28, 2018. Scholarship funding also comes, in part, from a grant provided by the University of the Aftermarket Foundation.

To contribute to the Association’s scholarship fund or to donate prizes for the annual fundraising auction, contact Rodney Pierini at 800-332-2292, ext. 1201 or admin@cawa.org.

About CAWA
CAWA is a regional auto care trade association, which represents auto parts jobbers, warehouse distributors, retailers, manufacturers, manufacturer representatives and program groups. The Association provides education, legislative, regulatory and business support to the industry and its membership. It is one of the largest trade associations of its kind in the United States and recognized as a leader in the auto care industry.  

 


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