Babcox Publications Sponsors Car Care Council Women's Board 2006 Scholarship
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Babcox Publications Sponsors Car Care Council Women’s Board 2006 Scholarship

The Car Care Council Women’s Board recently announced that Babcox Publications has agreed to be a sponsor of the 2006 scholarship program. Scholarships will be awarded to female students who are pursuing education to prepare themselves for a career in the automotive aftermarket.

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The Car Care Council Women’s Board recently announced that Babcox Publications has agreed to be a sponsor of the 2006 scholarship program.

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Scholarships will be awarded to female students who are pursuing education to prepare themselves for a career in the automotive aftermarket. Scholarships are available for post-secondary students who have completed one year at an ASE-certified, post-secondary automobile technology program, and high school seniors who plan on attending an ASE-certified, post-secondary automobile technology program.

Babcox Publications is a business-to-business magazine and custom publishing company serving both the automotive aftermarket and the truck fleet market. Founded in 1920, the company currently produces 11 print publications and a number of online publications, each dedicated to a specific segment of the industry. Collectively, its editors and publishers have more than 250 years of aftermarket publishing experience.

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“I would like to thank Babcox for their ongoing support and commitment to the Women’s Board,” said Katie Noga, president of the Car Care Council’s Women’s Board. “Their generous donation to our scholarship program will help women receive an education in automotive technology and reach their goals of having a career in the automotive field.”

The Women’s Board is comprised of professional women and men, including motor sports figures, service shop owners, service writers, association and company executives and consultants who are dedicated to informing female audiences about proper vehicle maintenance and safety, while encouraging young people to investigate automotive career choices.

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For more information about the Care Council Women’s Board, visit http://women.carcare.org or email [email protected].

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