“Sherwin Williams Automotive Finishes is proud to be working with the Collision Repair Education Foundation to make a difference in our industry by supporting secondary and post-secondary schools whose students are currently looking to enter into the collision industry and make it their career,” said Rod Habel, Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes's Director of Training Operations.
“Thank you to Sherwin-Williams for allowing our school to receive so much of their paint supplies. I know that running a collision program can be a demanding job with all of the budget restrictions and red tape, just to get a few items at our school, but I must say Sherwin-Williams has come through for us," said Kenny McMillian, Collision Instructor at Kennedy King College in Chicago.
"We had a paint class that had started and for some strange reason the paint supplies that we needed to teach the class never got ordered. I started panicking and didn’t know how I was going to teach the class with no supplies, which was maxed out in the enrollment. Sherwin-Williams stepped up to the plate and donated the supplies we needed to teach the class. I am so grateful to the Collision Repair Education Foundation and Sherwin Williams for helping to support the collision technical schools.”
Collision Repair Education Foundation Director of Development Brandon Eckenrode noted, “Sherwin-Williams comes through for collision schools and instructors each and every year through product donations and instructor training. These types of donations are vital for instructors who have the expectation of providing highly skilled entry-level students but face smaller and smaller program budgets.”