SCC Students Officially Join Service King Apprenticeship Program

Three aspiring students currently enrolled in the Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology program at Stanly Community College (SCC) officially joined the Service King Apprenticeship Development Program.

“We are appreciative that Service King has chosen SCC for implementation of their apprenticeship program,” commented SCC President Dr. John Enamait. “On-the-job training will always be an integral part of our workforce development mission. We look forward to working with Service King and helping our students develop the necessary skills to stay competitive in the 21st Century.”

The Service King Apprenticeship Development Program provides auto body repair technicians an immersive 52-week hands-on training program inside Service King Collision Repair Centers. Each class is intentionally capped at four apprentices, features a detailed curriculum, and fosters a focused-learning environment.

“The entire Service King family is thrilled to welcome our latest signing class to the Apprentice Development Program,” said Tyra Bremer, Service King Vice President of Talent Development. “This is an exciting step in their careers and we look forward to providing a challenging, hands-on path towards rewarding careers at Service King.”

As a Service King Apprentice, students are provided with a full tool set valued at more than $6,000 upon completion of the program. Additionally, the students will earn an income and receive full benefits including healthcare, 401(k) and more. Service King operates as one of the largest collision repair providers in the U.S with more than 320 repair centers in 24 states across the country.

For more information about the Collision Repair and Refinishing program at SCC, contact Billy Huneycutt, Automotive Program Head, at (704) 991-0248 or

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Three aspiring students currently enrolled in SCC’s Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology program officially signed an apprenticeship offer letter with Service King Collision Repair Centers. Pictured left to right (seated): SCC students Robert Richard, Ryan Patterson, Christopher Dakota Clontz, and apprentice Christopher Treadaway. Standing: Billy Huneycutt, and from the Service King Collision Repair Centers: Victor Rosado, Tech Apprentice Recruiter-Southeast Market, Mike Lecoq, Director of Operations for the Carolinas and Georgia, Sarah Lecoq, Area Business Development Manager, Scott Pohlman, Lead Technician/Instructor, Alan Long, General Manager of the Concord facility where the students will be working; Taryn Batton, Talent Development Specialist, Cornelius Fisher, Director of Business Development Eastern US, Mike Hargrove, QC Inspector for the Carolinas, and Erin Russ, General Manager, Charlotte facility.