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News   October 7, 2004   by Auto Service World

Sloan Establishes First Heavy-Duty Scholarships at Northwood University


Sloan Transportation Products of Holland, Mich., has awarded the first Heavy Duty Aftermarket scholarships through a program at Northwood University in Midland, Mich., designated for students pursuing careers in the heavy-duty aftermarket.
The initial recipients of the two, $1,000 scholarships for the 2004-2005 academic year are Richard Ender, a senior from Portage, Mich., and Matthew Dorr, a junior from Hemlock, Mich. Both students are planning careers in the heavy-duty industry.
Applicants for the Sloan scholarship must be enrolled in Northwood’s Automotive Aftermarket Management program with an emphasis in either the Heavy Duty Management or Heavy Duty Vehicle Technology curriculum.
“We are appreciative of Sloan’s support of the heavy-duty program that we just embarked upon two years ago,” said Jim John, chair of Northwood’s Automotive Aftermarket Management program. “The support of the industry through scholarships and career opportunities is crucial to the ongoing success of our program.”


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