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ASE Education Foundation Gets Large Donation from LKQ 

The funds were donated through the LKQ Cares Holiday Vote Charitable Program.

ASE Education Foundation Names New Officers, Board

The officers and board members were elected during the foundation’s recent meeting held in San Diego.

ASE Ed. Foundation Hosts Webinar Discussion on Scholarships

Industry organizations offering scholarships will share details about the funding opportunities available, many of which go unclaimed each year.

ASE Education Foundation Partners on 10 Training Scholarships
Michael Busch Memorial Scholarships Awarded

Presented by the ASE Education Foundation, two honorees received scholarships in recognition of their outstanding academic achievement.

ASE Education Foundation Partners on 10 Training Scholarships
Donna Wagner Named Assistant VP of ASE Education Foundation

Previously, Wagner served as professor and department chair of the Automotive Aftermarket Management program at Northwood.

ASE Education Foundation Creates Adopt-A-School Program

The Foundation has made it easy for businesses to benefit from its new Adopt-A-School program.

ASE Training Conference To Address Key Issues, Future Goals

Over 500 people participated in training sessions and seminars.

ASE Education Foundation Establishes Field Managers Network

Field managers will serve as liaisons between students, schools and ASE Foundation industry partners.

ASE Conference Keynote To Discuss “2 Percent Solution”

The training conference is open to high school and college instructors from auto, truck and collision repair programs nationwide.

ASE Education Foundation to Present Seminar at SkillsUSA

Scheduled for June 22, 2022, in Atlanta, the seminar will focus on the foundation’s Adopt-A-School program and toolkit.

Details of ASE Instructor Training Conference Announced

In-person event set for July 12-15 in Frisco, Texas.

ASE Education Foundation Unveils New Adopt-A-School Program

The new program was developed as a resource to help students transition from school to work.