Auto repair school tours, demonstrations, workshops and the giveaway of two restored cars will collide at the Technical College High School Brandywine Campus in Downingtown on Saturday for the free 2015 Auto Collision Experience Spotlight.
Culinary treats, raffle prizes and hands-on access to “fast-growing and high-paying auto collision repair” career opportunities in graphic design, advertising, sales, customer service, repair work, management and more will rev up the 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. event, according to an official preview.
“The ACE Spotlight event will be a great opportunity for students and adults alike to learn more about the exciting and technically-oriented careers in the auto collision field,” Chester County Intermediate Unit Director of Career, Technical and Customized Education Kirk Williard said. “There will be multiple opportunities for students to interact with trained professionals showcasing the unique talents and skills that lead to great success in this very dynamic industry.”
As part of the festivities, TCHS students will make history as the first high school to ever present two restored cars to local families in need as part of the National Auto Body Council‘s Recycled Rides program.
Read more details about the spotlight event or pre-register to attend here.