Epp from Henderson and Kevin Phillips from Fremont, Automotive Technology
students at the Milford Campus of Southeast Community College, each received $1,000
scholarships from the Nebraska Rod and Custom Association.
year the NRCA awards $1,000 scholarships to students studying automotive
technology or auto collision repair technology in Nebraska schools. This year
the organization awarded seven scholarships.
need to be either a second-year student or a 2015 high school graduating senior
who will enroll in any of the state’s technical and and/or community colleges
in an automotive curriculum. Other requirements include a minimum 2.5
grade-point average, demonstrate the responsibility and willingness to work
toward a vocational achievement and enrolled in a minimum of 12 credit hours.
committee then verifies that applicants meet the minimum requirements, conducts
GPA comparisons, observes the neatness and completeness of the application,
looks at the applicant’s involvement in community and school activities, their
work history, accomplishments and awards, and the quality of a 250-word