University of the Aftermarket Foundation Paving the way for the future leaders of tomorrow Our Mission University of the Aftermarket Foundation Maximizing Career potential in the aftermarket Our Mission
20
Year
461
Scholarships Awarded
644500
Money Awarded

ABOUT US

Since 1986, the University of the Aftermarket Foundation (first known as the AWDA University Foundation) has provided funding for aftermarket education programs and research.

Since its inception, the University of the Aftermarket Foundation has awarded millions of dollars of scholarships. In 2020 alone, 461 scholarships were awarded totaling $644,500. While the foundation has realized consistent growth, it has experienced even greater progress with the formation of committees to address marketing, scholarships, grants and contributions.

News

Automotive Scholarships Deadline Approaching

Apply at http://www.AutomotiveScholarships.com by March 31 Applications for automotive scholarships funded by the University of the Aftermarket Foundation and partner organizations are being accepted through…

Applications Now Being Accepted for the Mitchell 1 Automotive Technology Scholarship

Applications are now being accepted for the annual Mitchell 1 Automotive Technology Scholarship. High school seniors in the U.S. and Canada who are interested in…

Federated Car Care Scholarships Now Available

Federated Auto Parts will award scholarships to the employees or children of Federated Car Care Centers purchasing from any Federated member. The scholarships are funded…

University of the Aftermarket Foundation Expands Scholarship Fields of Interest to Include IT/Cybersecurity

The University of the Aftermarket Foundation (UAF) announces its newest field of study for scholarships – IT/Cybersecurity – available for applicants to specify this potential…

The University of the Aftermarket Foundation plays an important role in this dynamic industry by funding scholarships and educational grants that attract talented individuals and aid them so they can maximize their career potential in the aftermarket.

Bob Egan, MAAP Chairman, University of the Aftermarket Foundation

To maintain the automotive aftermarket in the form that has proven so successful for more than 50 years, the aftermarket must strive continually to increase the business management skills and professionalism within its ranks.

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