Ford Motor has revealed that it has raised over $400,000 for scholarships for Texas high school students. This is the American automaker’s 3rd year of funding college tuition, having presently raised millions of dollars since 2015 as part of education. To do this, Ford reserved a separate division of the Ford Motor Fund and dealt with its dealerships in Northern Texas to raise money for more than 200 high school seniors.
It thinks that this money will help make sure leading tier education for the next generation of vehicle enthusiasts without those children stressing over the hard monetary investments that college entails.
Ford developed its scholarship program in 2012, and has been investing money into it ever since. Named “Driving Dream Tours,” Ford is positive that money created from this job will lead the way for future leaders to prosper in the automobile industry and lead the car world to additional development. Ford also recently created a website named FordDrivingDreams.com that will be the hub for instructional news and assets for students to use.
The website and other achievements will be showcased at an occasion in Frisco, Texas in the future. The occasion will feature local celebs and speakers from Ford, who will highlight the business’s dedication to education and determination.
Ford isn’t really the only automobile company to assist trainees discover their way, however it has certainly raised quite a lot of money doing so.