Jack Thayer Memorial Scholarship Accepting Applications
February 18, 2014—The Midwest Automotive Parts and Service Association (MAPSA) and the University of the Aftermarket Foundation opened its application process on Monday for the Jack Thayer Memorial Scholarship through March 31.
The program assists students affiliated with MAPSA who wish to continue their education beyond the secondary level. A minimum of one scholarship is awarded each academic year to qualified undergraduate students who have applied, or are enrolled full time at an accredited college or university and are working or planning to work toward an associate’s or bachelor’s degree.
The MAPSA is a non-profit trade association representing all aftermarket businesses.
The annual scholarship is named in the memory of industry leader Jack Thayer who spent his career in the automotive aftermarket in Ohio.
The scholarship application is available online.