Calling Mentors in Phoenix

The FutureTech Success campaign is seeking mentors throughout metropolitan Phoenix to inspire middle- and high-school students in automotive technology.

Beginning in Fall 2017, a pilot program at the Arizona Science Center in downtown Phoenix will welcome 8th and 9th graders to tinker during its transportation challenge one day a week afterschool and on periodic Saturdays. Students are coming from Trevor Browne High School and Cartwright’s Estrella Middle School. Forty (40) students will be lead by Science Center staff, automotive instructors and a team of volunteer mentors from throughout industry.

If you are interested in building relationships with aspiring, future technicians and helping develop their technical skills, please contact TechForce Foundation.  Mentors are asked to commit to 6- or 12-week programs, either one day afterschool and/or on one Saturday a month.

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"By connecting students, instructors, industry pros and working techs, the TechForce Foundation provides unilateral support to the transportation industry’s technician recruiting needs… The administration of our Scholarships by the TechForce team has been instrumental in delivering us with a successful method to gain interest from qualified candidates as well as provide our students with additional assistance to complete their education."
Tony Farr
Ford Technical Programs Manager