Nominations open for 2nd annual Best Young Tech award

April 1, 2022
Tell us about a technician aged 35 or under who is passionate and excelling in their role.

***DEADLINE EXTENDED TO JUNE 10***

PTEN and Motor Age are pleased to announce that nominations for the second annual Best Young Tech Award are now open. The award honors those technicians aged 35 or younger who are moving the service repair industry forward, excel in their current role, and are passionate about their work. Carter, Autolite, FRAM, Carquest Technical Institute and Worldpac Training Institute (WTI) are marquee sponsors for the program. 

The grand-prize winner will receive travel and admission to AAPEX 2022 and prize packs from the program sponsors.  

He or she will be the subject of a feature story in the October issues of PTEN and Motor Age. The winner will be celebrated on social media and gifted a patch to display on their uniform. 

The judging panel is comprised of Motor Age and PTEN technical editors, industry veterans, and CTI trainers. 

Nominations close June 3. You can nominate yourself or a deserving individual here.

The winner will be revealed in the October issues of Motor Age and PTEN. 

Learn about last year's winner here:

Inaugural Best Young Tech Award handed out at AAPEX

Video: Interview with Best Young Tech Award Winner 2021

Chris Taylor named inaugural winner of Best Young Tech Award

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