A new partnership with Ford Motor Company, Foley-based Moyer Ford and Baldwin County Public Schools is poised to put students miles ahead when it comes to competing for the best automotive technician jobs. Baldwin County Public Schools is the first system in Alabama to offer the opportunity.
“I am estatic to share details about this partnership that provides an unbelievable opportunity for our career technical students to learn through a partnership with our South Baldwin Center for Technology, Ford Motor and our friends at the local dealership, Moyer Ford,” said Superintendent Mr. Eddie Tyler.
Ford officials say they hope the Ford Automotive Career Exploration (ACE) program will yield more credentialed, post-secondary graduates available to Ford and Lincoln dealerships as entry technicians.
“I am very excited about our partnership, and I look forward to building a strong relationship between Moyer Ford, Ford Motor Company and South Baldwin Career Technology in Robertsdale,” said Bethany Toups, Field Service Engineer Ford Motor Company.