The Young Auto Care Network Group (YANG) of the Auto Care Association is offering a scholarship of $6,250 to one deserving young auto care professional to attend the University of the Aftermarket’s 2016-’17 Leadership 2.0 program. The scholarship will cover the price of tuition, class materials and meals.
Leadership 2.0 is the premier post-graduate-style leadership and business skills education program designed to promote the development of the next generation of auto care leaders. It is an intense and intellectually challenging two-week executive development and learning experience that features well-known speakers and invaluable networking opportunities with top-level industry leaders.
“The Leadership 2.0 program is well-established and notorious for developing the current chiefs driving today’s auto care industry. As an up-and-coming professional and soon-to-be Leadership 2.0 graduate, I can honestly encourage our industry’s youth to participate sooner than later,” said Alena Van Cleave, chairman, YANG. “The program allows exposure to high-caliber aftermarket leaders and invaluable concepts applicable to growing your business. This scholarship allows a YANG member the opportunity to participate in these discussions and learn, absolutely free-of-charge.”
Graduates receive 7.0 CEUs toward their AAP and MAAP designations. Session I will be held Aug. 21-26 at the Northwood University campus in Midland, Michigan. The location and date for Session II is to be announced. Applicants must be current YANG members. Their employer also must be a current Auto Care Association member in good standing.
An application and full criteria of all materials needed for consideration can be found at autocare.org/yang/leadership2-0. The deadline to apply is June 1.