Ann Arbor SPARK CEO, Paul Krutko interviews Meg Wallace, Senior Engineer at Toyota North America, discussing various initiatives aimed at workforce development and educational outreach in the automotive industry. They delve into Toyota’s efforts to start the Michigan FAME Mitten Chapter, a work-study program for advanced manufacturing technician training, and Toyota’s “Driving Possibilities” initiative, focusing on K-12 STEM education and career readiness. The conversation touches on Toyota’s local presence, investment, and adaptation to the evolving mobility sector. Click here to listen and learn more.
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