Bonecutter receives $1,000 scholarship
Wednesday, August 27, 2014
Tayler Bonecutter, California, has been selected for a 2014 University of the Aftermarket Foundation Scholarship award of a $1,000 scholarship. A 2014 CHS graduate, and the daughter of Steve and Melissa Bonecutter, she attends Linn State Technical College studying Automotive Collision Technology. She also works part-time at Bonecutter Body Shop and McDonalds.
“Tayler Bonecutter was selected from more than 600 applicants at a recent meeting of the scholarship selection committee,” said Peter Kornafel, chairman of the scholarship selection committee.
The Global Automotive Aftermarket Scholarship Symposium, Inc., the University of the Aftermarket Foundation and other donors have awarded more than 280 scholarships in 2014, with more than 2,500 since the program began in 1996.
The symposium brings together industry leaders and experts to examine the issues and trends affecting the automotive aftermarket and influencing its future. Contact www.global symposium.org for more information. To contribute to these 501c3 organizations, contact the GAAS Scholarship Fund ℅ Susan Medick at AAIA, phone 301-654-6664, firstname.lastname@example.org or to the University of the Aftermarket Foundation ℅ Barbara Cunningham at 816-584-0511, email@example.com.
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