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Get paid to train in new manufacturing program

Get paid to train in new manufacturing program

Get paid to work and earn a degree at the Alamo Colleges.

The Alamo Colleges and Toyota recently announced the Toyota Advanced Manufacturing Technician Program that takes job training to a new level.

The two-year associate technical degree combines cutting-edge curriculum and paid training. High school students who are selected to enroll in the program will work part-time at Toyota while they earn their degree. Students can earn between $12-$16 an hour to help with tuition and living expenses. After they complete their degree, they may get hired on by Toyota and will be fully qualified to work for any other high-paying jobs.

For more information, contact Mary Batch at mary.batch@tema.toyota.com or Danine Alderete Tomlin at dtomlin@alamo.edu

Learn more about the Toyota Advanced Manufacturing Technician Program.
Download a brochure for more information.

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