The Toyota Technician Training and Education Network (T-TEN) program is an industry-leading training model that incorporates classroom, hands-on, and real-work experiences into an accredited career pathway that addresses the demand for talented and qualified automotive technicians felt by all employers in the industry.
Seeking to continually improve the communities in which it operates, SC Johnson partnered with Gateway Technical College to develop the Gateway to Careers Bootcamp program, designed to help address the Racine community’s skilled worker shortage by engaging the area’s underemployed and critically unemployed through a customized training program supported by wrap-around case management services.
With an aspiration to be a force for good in the communities they serve, DTE Energy is working to address the skills gap, increase the quality of candidates for in-demand jobs, and build a sustainable pipeline of skilled talent through career path development and skilled trade training programs.
In an effort to strengthen the future of the energy sector, ExxonMobil supports organizations that work to increase the number of well-qualified science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) teachers. The company also supports increased access to high-quality, STEM education for high school students.
IBM's P-TECH 9-14 School Model provides young people, primarily from under served backgrounds, the skills and credentials required for 21st century careers. Students earn their high school diploma and a no-cost associate degree, along with workplace skills acquired through mentoring, internships, and more.