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Toyota AMT

The Toyota Advanced Manufacturing Technician Program (AMT) includes a two year A.A.S. Technical Degree that combines cutting-edge curriculum, paid working experience, along with learning highly sought-after business principles and best practices of a world-class manufacturer.
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The Toyota Advanced Manufacturing Technician Program (AMT) includes a two year A.A.S. Technical Degree that combines cutting-edge curriculum, paid working experience, along with learning highly sought-after business principles and best practices of a world-class manufacturer.

What is the AMT Program?

The Toyota Advanced Manufacturing Technician Program (AMT) includes a two-year Associate Technical Degree that combines cutting-edge curriculum that supports Advanced Manufacturing Technology, paid working experience, along with learning highly sought-after business principles and best practices of a world class manufacturer.

What Makes the AMT Program Different?

Students earn a wage while attending college and gain priceless work experience with a global manufacturing leader. Over two years, students can earn as much as $30,000 in salary, which with planning can cover all of a student’s education expenses. There are also potential grants and financial aid.

What About After Graduation?

While not guaranteed, those graduates hired by Toyota have the potential to earn as much as $50,000 yearly, plus excellent benefits. Other manufacturers seek professionals with this level of experience and training, plus graduates may pursue a Bachelor’s Degree in fields such as engineering, technology, or business.

Toyota AMT Brochure

 

For more information, please contact: 

Toyota Contacts: 

Mary Batch
Assistant Manager
Human Resources
mary.batch@tema.toyota.com  

Maurice Salazar
Skilled Group Leader
HR Training & Development
maurice.salazar@tema.toyota.com  

Academic Contact :

Marie-Michelle Kelley, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
AE&MT Department Chair
Advanced Manufacturing Technology Program Director
(210) 486-2495 or (210) 486-7111
mwah@alamo.edu