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Penn College Among Handful Chosen for Collision Repair Scholarships


Penn College is among only five schools chosen by CCC Information Services Inc. to share $25,000 in automotive collision repair training and education scholarships to assist deserving students pursuing a career in the industry. The CCC Outstanding Student Technician Scholarship, developed with the I-CAR Education Foundation, is accepting applications for the 2006 program. Applications can be obtained online and must be submitted by 5 p.m. Feb. 6. Winners will be announced in April 2006.

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