AWDA donated four scholarships for the university’s upcoming Leadership 2.0 program.
The series will be held July 16-20 at Delta Hotels by Marriott in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
Litzinger is the executive director of the University of the Aftermarket at Northwood University.
The continuing-education units can be used toward AAP, ACP and MAAP designations.
“GB Reman is proud to support these organizations, and looks forward to another charitable year in 2023,” the company said.
Programming focused on industry trends, research and market analysis, competitive strategies and supply chain solutions.
In 2020, more than 460 scholarships totaling $644,500 were awarded.
The new mobile-ready UAF website features a portal for students to apply for hundreds of automotive scholarships, a simple-to-use donation system, updated lists of trustees, donors and scholarship recipients, plus a wealth of information about the foundation, including news, grant applications and other resources.
Moody is one of the founding members of MiX and a supporter of other aftermarket professional development organizations.
The New York State Automotive Aftermarket Association (NYSAAA), in conjunction with the University of the Aftermarket Foundation, has awarded three academic scholarships in honor of John J. Lorenzen and Debbie J. Tranello to New York residents who will be attending college in the fall.
Valued at more than $6,000, the annual scholarship gives two individuals – an Import Vehicle Community member and a YANG member – the opportunity to participate in one of the most highly regarded leadership development programs available to the auto care industry’s next generation of leaders.
The conference provides seven hours of education designed to enhance leadership skills, to sharpen global perspective of the auto care industry and to develop relationships with peers.