CCC Collision Repair Technology program joins MSCRA
CLARKSDALE – Coahoma Community College is proud to announce that its Collision Repair Technology (CRT) program is now one of the newest members of the Mississippi Collision Repair Association (MSCRA).

CCC Collision Repair Technology program joins MSCRA

Press Release from Coahoma Community College Public Relations; (662) 621-4061 - Brittany Davis-Green - bdavis@coahomacc.edu

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Mon Jul 24, 2017

CCC Collision Repair Instructor Joe Giles, pictured left, was recently extended membership into Mississippi Collision Repair Association.

CLARKSDALE – Coahoma Community College is proud to announce that its Collision Repair Technology (CRT) program is now one of the newest members of the Mississippi Collision Repair Association (MSCRA).

MSCRA is a professional organization designed to promote professionalism and consumer awareness of the collision repair industry in the state of Mississippi.

Because of his commitment to producing highly trained collision repair technicians, CCC Collision Repair Instructor Joe Giles was extended an invitation to join the organization earlier this month.

“It’s an honor because the invitations are usually reserved for industry leaders instead of instructors,” said Giles, who has led CCC’s program since 2010.

Giles believes the organization will serve as a great networking opportunity, particularly for his students.

“Being a part of MSCRA will allow us to put our students in contact with collision repair shops across the state,” he said. “They’ll also receive up-to-date information about new technology, trainings and career opportunities.”

As members of MSCRA, Giles and five Tigers will be given the opportunity to attend advanced automotive training at Mississippi State University later next month.

In addition, all students who successfully complete CCC’s CRT program will be extended membership of the organization.

CCC’s CRT program is an instructional program designed to prepare students for entry level into the Collision Repair and Refinishing trade.

The program is now accepting applications for the Fall 2017 semester.

For more information, call (662) 621-4218 or CLICK HERE.