February 8, 2021

Citrus College

For the third consecutive year, the Citrus College Automotive Technology program received a $10,000 donation from the Greater Los Angeles New Car Dealers Association (GLANCDA).
Founded in 1907, GLANCDA is a philanthropic organization of factory-franchised dealers that provides educational assistance to communities in Los Angeles County.
"GLANCDA is proud to support Citrus College's robust auto tech program," said Bob Smith, GLANCDA's executive director. "We are thrilled that this donation will help the college's talented and hard-working students move one step closer to a successful career in automotive repair."

Auto tech program at Citrus College receives $10,000 donation

August 26, 2019

Jess Guera (LA Trade Tech), Bob Smith and Jeanne Brewer (Glendale Acura)

GLANCDA continued its support of local community college automotive repair programs with a gift to Los Angeles Trade Tech. This gift was championed by GLANCDA director Jeanne Brewer (Glendale Acura), and continues the mission of helping students interested in considering a career in Automotive Repair and Technology. In this time of Covid, the trade programs are challenged in getting students the necessary hands on training that is crucial to their development. This gift will allow for the purchase of new interactive software that mimics some of the in person learning, and also helps with funding shortages for the necessary personal protection equipment and air filtration devices.

College of the Canyons accepts donation from car dealers group
Greater Los Angeles
New Car Dealers Association
700 N Central Avenue, Suite 320
Glendale, CA 91203
Phone: 213.748.0240
Fax: 916.924.7323.