ACPN Accepting Applications For 2021 Scholarship

ACPN Accepting Applications For 2021 Scholarship

The ACPN Scholarship awards one deserving individual the opportunity to attend the 2021 ACPN Knowledge Exchange Conference.

The Automotive Content Professionals Network (ACPN), a community of the Auto Care Association, is accepting applications for the 2021 ACPN Scholarship.

The ACPN Scholarship awards one deserving individual, who has the passion and determination to pursue professional and personal growth, the opportunity to attend the 2021 ACPN Knowledge Exchange Conference.

The ACPN Scholarship award winner will receive:

  • Complimentary hotel and registration to attend 2021 ACPN Knowledge Exchange Conference
  • .01 Elective CEU toward the ACP designation through Northwood University
  • Access to mentorship opportunities
  • A tailored scholarship conference journey with the ACPN Chairman and Committee at the conference

ACPN Scholarship applicants must have under four years of content management experience and must be employed by an Auto Care Association member company.

The ACPN Knowledge Exchange Conference is the largest gathering of content professionals and service providers in the aftermarket. The mission of ACPN is to educate, inspire and connect industry professionals who specialize in the management of automotive product related content.

This year’s virtual 2020 ACPN Knowledge Exchange conference attracted more than 800 registered attendees, reaching a record-high attendance for ACPN.

The 2021 ACPN Knowledge Exchange Conference will take place May 2-5 in Orlando, Florida.

To learn more about the ACPN scholarship and to apply, visit the ACPN webpage and click on the “Scholarships” tab. For more information about the 2021 ACPN Knowledge Exchange conference, click here.

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