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CACC Students Awarded Scholarships from the Alabama Automotive Manufacturers Association


CACC Students Awarded Scholarships from the Alabama Automotive Manufacturers Association

Alex City- The Alabama Automotive Manufacturers Association, in partnership with the Alabama Community College System, has awarded scholarships to students who plan to pursue a technical education certificate or associate degree in the automotive manufacturing industry.

Recipients must use the scholarship toward one of 15 declared majors of study or another automotive-related program:

Advanced Manufacturing Technology

Auto Service/Autobody Repair Technology

Automotive Manufacturing Technology

Automotive Service Technology

Computer Numerical Control

Electrical Technology

Engineering Technology

Industrial Electronics Technology

Industrial Maintenance Technology

Injection Molding


Machine Shop/Tool Technology

Mechanical Design Technology


Welding Technology

Three CACC students were selected to receive a scholarship in their declared program of study:

James Stephen West- Automated Manufacturing

Jerry Nathaniel Miller- Machine Shop/Tool Technology

William Marquis Wilson- Industrial Maintenance Technology

“I am very proud of these three young men on receiving a scholarship through AAMA,” Jeff Lynn, president of CACC mentioned.

“There are numerous jobs available right now in the automotive industry here in the state of Alabama. We are fortunate to have strong technical programs at CACC, led by outstanding faculty, that prepare students for these high demand, high wage jobs. Upon completion of their certificate or degree, these students will have the opportunity to work as highly skilled professionals at one of the many automotive plants in our state. Congratulations to James, Jerry, and William on their hard work and determination.”

The scholarship covers up to $3600 ($1800 for two semesters within the current fiscal year, Spring, Summer, or Fall 2022) of tuition, fees and books associated with the approved program of study.

For further information please contact Brett Pritchard at 256-215-4254 or