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ACDelco to Help Train Technicians Through Scholarship Program

ACDelco has developed a scholarship program to help combat the skilled technician shortage. The program will support ACDelco's Total Service Support (TSS) Independent Service Centers (ISCs) by helping business owners identify and develop quality technicians, as well as future shop owners and operators. For the fifth consecutive year, ACDelco will award 10 nationwide scholarships exclusively to TSS accounts, helping with the cost of tuition and books for their technicians and dependents.

AKRON, OH — ACDelco has developed a scholarship program to help combat the skilled technician shortage.

The program will support ACDelco’s Total Service Support (TSS) Independent Service Centers (ISCs) by helping business owners identify and develop quality technicians, as well as future shop owners and operators. For the fifth consecutive year, ACDelco will award 10 nationwide scholarships exclusively to TSS accounts, helping with the cost of tuition and books for their technicians and dependents.

ACDelco will award five $2,500 scholarships to TSS technicians, and will give five $3,000 scholarships to TSS shop owners’ dependents under 25 years of age.

ACDelco Scholarship applications must be received by Oct. 15, 2004. Participating TSS accounts can contact their ACDelco representative for more details, or visit the ACDelco TechConnect Web site, accessible through http://acdelco.com, for more information about scholarship requirements, submission deadlines and selection criteria.

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