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Through affiliation with the nationwide AYES model, automotive student interns enter dealership service departments to gain first-hand knowledge of automotive technology careers.
We are very pleased to have Nissan North America join in sponsorship of our initiative," said Don Gray, AYES President.
Currently affiliated with more than 215 secondary/tech prep schools in 36 states, AYES builds local partnerships between dealerships and the nearby schools offering high quality automotive service technology and collision repair/refinish programs.
AYES selected eight exceptional students to serve as the 2006 AYES Future Techs in Los Angeles:
AYES President and CEO Larry Cummings notes, "This grant will allow AYES to deliver its highly valued initiatives directly to dealerships in every city in the nation, while the school-based initiative will continue to serve the top 100 automotive markets in the nation.
What makes AYES so important to dealers across the nation is the opportunity to grow our new technicians from our own backyard," said Dueso.
For more information, visit the AYES web site: http://www.
Another aspect of AYES is the guidance of industry professionals, so the MBIT students are provided with mentors who are experienced technicians.
AYES is a member of the ACTE Business Education Partnership.
CMCDA's AYES has nearly 30 California schools on its roster that join more than 400 AYES school programs nationally.
In addition to image-building public relations, AYES promises donations of cars, parts and manuals to eligible schools; advanced training for teachers; and multimedia career awareness packages.
While the AYES Future Techs are touring the show floor and attending the day's press conferences, they will be available for interviews regarding their impressions of the latest offerings from exhibiting manufacturers.
AYES is a school-to-work initiative in partnership with CMCDA and franchised new car dealers to address the availability of qualified service technicians, and encourage high school students to consider careers in retail automotive service, and prepare them for entry-level career positions or advanced studies in automotive technology.