MACOMB COMMUNITY COLLEGE CEREMONIES RECOGNIZE PARTNERSHIPS WITH 'BIG THREE' AUTO MANUFACTURERS
MACOMB COMMUNITY COLLEGE CEREMONIES RECOGNIZE PARTNERSHIPS
WITH 'BIG THREE' AUTO MANUFACTURERS
On Nov. 20, Macomb Community College's Division of Technology will unveil its new symbol and recognize more than a decade of partnerships and cooperative training efforts with the "Big Three" automobile manufacturers. The new symbol depicts the close collaborative efforts of business, industry and labor ... joined in education.
Representatives of Chrysler Corporation (NYSE: C), Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F) and General Motors Corporation (NYSE: GM) will be recognized for each company's automotive partnership training programs. These programs are designed to assure an ample supply of automotive service technicians with the skills and knowledge to service today's and tomorrow's highly technical, microelectronic, computer-controlled automobiles.
Macomb Community College was the first college in the nation to develop training programs in partnership with each of the "Big Three."
The ceremony will be held Wednesday, Nov. 20, at 2 p.m., in the S-Building Exhibit Hall on Macomb's South Campus, 14500 12 Mile Road, in Warren. Easy access to S-Building can be reached by entering from Martin Road on the campus' south side.
CONTACT: Bob Rini of Macomb Community College, 313-445-7051.
(C F GM) CO: Macomb Community College; Ford Motor Company; Chrysler Corporation;
General Motors Corporation ST: Michigan IN: AUT SU: SM -- DE013 -- 4877 11/19/91 10:39 EST