One-Stop Shop Hop 253

Automotive Restoration Students! ONE-STOP SHOP HOP 253- 

Tour with the RPM Foundation and start shaping your future! Visit CRCoachworks, manufacturers of the CRC Retro Corvette. Meet shop owners and collectors and learn about potential internship opportunities and the job market, not to mention see some incredible cars! This job-fair-on-wheels is a fantastic opportunity to share your passions, interests and skills with master craftsmen. And who knows – you could come away with the opportunity to get some serious under-the-hood time as a paid intern, so bring business cards, resumes, and dress to impress. Registration required (see below).

Created to illustrate the “restoration” aspect of collector car ownership, our Shop Hop program guides groups of students, teachers and parents through real-world commercial restoration shops, giving them a firsthand look at the spaces and meeting their future employers and colleagues where their careers can take flight. Students ask questions of shop owners and technicians, and are exposed to equipment and situations within a working shop. Students often participate in “flash interviews”, some of which have resulted in paid internships and entry-level employment.

— CRCoachworks —
September 6, 2019
4425 100th St SW, Lakewood, WA 98499

The creators of the CRC Retro Corvette are innovators of a higher standard, using cutting-edge technologies to lead the industry forward. CRCoachworks has always been at the top of their industry and at the forefront of manufacturing improvements, employing the best engineers and operators to get the job done.

Doug Graf, CRCoachworks’ Owner, Chief Engineer, and Designer, spent over three years creating and designing a process that would eventually lead to the development of their 1962 Retrovette convertible model, built on a C5 or C6 Corvette chassis.