Manufacturing Month is a time to celebrate milestones, promote innovation, and highlight career paths in the manufacturing industry. Since the first Tundra was built in 1998, Toyota Indiana has produced over 6 million vehicles–2 million of those being Highlanders. To keep this momentum going well into the future, we’re constantly looking for the best and the brightest to join our team and jump into high-paying, rewarding and meaningful career opportunities in the world of advanced manufacturing.
We don’t just want to make sure our team has the best tools and resources to succeed, we also want to share that knowledge with our communities. We have three programs that help educate our community about manufacturing. Those programs include:
4T Academy provides students an innovative education experience that couples hands-on learning with on-the-job training while preparing them for a rewarding and successful career. The academy offers students a high school-based curriculum in advanced manufacturing and an opportunity to receive dual-credit through Ivy Tech Community College.
AMT (Advanced Manufacturing Technician) Program blends classroom and lab instruction with onsite experience. The AMT program includes a two-year degree in Advanced Manufacturing Automation Technology that combines cutting-edge curriculum, paid work experience, along with learning highly sought-after business principles and best practices of a world-class manufacturer. To learn more, visit: toyotamanufacturing.com
Virtual Tour Education Hub is a free tool designed to help educators, counselors, administrators and recruiters prepare students for high-demand advanced manufacturing careers. This resource includes information from National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity, Connecting Girls to Manufacturing, and Project Lead the Way. Here you will also find our Virtual Tour where you can take a VIP look inside all the Toyota plants in the US. Check out this hub today, visit: tourtoyota.com/#/educationhub