Shoreline’s Automotive department’s Mopar CAP program receives grant funding from Chrysler

Shoreline Community College students work on cars in the Automotive department.

Shoreline Community College students work on cars in the Automotive department.

Shoreline’s Mopar CAP program was recently awarded a $3,000 grant from the Chrysler Foundation. The money will go toward supporting students and the Automotive program with needed tools and equipment. A portion of the funds may also be used to provide scholarship aid for students in need.

Shoreline has been the recipient of this grant in the past, and the money has had a positive impact on both students and the program.

Michael Boehm, Director of Dealer Services & Manufacturer Relations for Shoreline’s Professional Automotive Training Center – Dealer Academy, said “We’re grateful that Chrysler chose to support us in this way and recognize the world class work we do in training the next generation of automotive professionals here at the college. This grant will help ensure we’re able to continue that work.”

The Chrysler Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the automobile manufacturer and gives grants to community, regional and national initiatives in support of education, youth development, military families and multicultural inclusion.

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