A collaboration among NCBCE members Gerber Collision, Nationwide Insurance, and I-Car provided the funding and curriculum to develop a state-of-the-art Collision Repair Associate Degree program. Fayetteville Tech was selected because of it’s commitment to Fort Bragg and returning veterans. With over 180,000 open positions and auto manufacturers utilizing aerospace engineering and technology to build today’s vehicles, the collision repair industry desperately needs qualified technicians. Graduates will complete the 2-year program and walk right into a job. To-date, this Community College High-Tech training curriculum is the only one of it’s kind in the country.