RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. Members of the Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers Association (AASA) China Aftermarket Forum (CAF) will participate in the council’s first joint public relations event aimed at educating students and young professionals about career opportunities in China’s growing automotive aftermarket. The event, “All in Car,” will take place at Jiangsu University, Zhenjiang, Jiangsu Province on Friday, Oct. 14 and Saturday, Oct. 15.
“CAF members initiated this project to draw in more talent to the automotive aftermarket and promote the aftermarket’s image,” said Jeremy Denton, AASA vice president and group executive of CAF. “This career fair will allow CAF members to speak directly with students and provide them with information and resources about preparing for a career in the automotive aftermarket.”
The two-day outdoor exhibition will feature CAF member booths to promote the theme “All in Car.” A demonstration car will also allow students a close-up look and hands-on experience with products manufactured by CAF member companies.
Students also will have the opportunity to hear from automotive aftermarket executives at an open forum sponsored by the CAF. During the forum, an overview of the automotive aftermarket’s outlook and potential will be given, along with a review of job opportunities and career paths in the aftermarket.
CAF members participating in the career fair include:
The China Aftermarket Forum (CAF) is a peer group comprised of members of AASA with operations in the People’s Republic of China. The mission of the CAF is to support the growth of its members’ businesses within the Chinese automotive aftermarket. The CAF accomplishes this mission through offering opportunities to meet with peers and other selected constituencies, facilitating collaboration among the members and representing member interests via coordinated member participation in relevant industry groups.
For more information, visit www.aftermarketsuppliers.org/CAF.