The not-for-profit organization is dedicated to encouraging, developing and cultivating opportunities to attract women to collision repair while recognizing excellence, promoting leadership, and fostering a network among the women who are shaping the industry.
In order to be considered for the scholarship, McInerney had to be a full-time student enrolled in collision repair technology, have at least a 3.0 GPA, a letter of recommendation from her instructor, and submit an essay about why she is studying to be in the collision repair industry.
"To say that we are proud of Nancy's achievements and hard work in her program would be an understatement," said a TCAT representative. "We see big things ahead for you. Congratulations from all of us here at TCAT Crossville."