Michelin Technical Scholars Program

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  • 1. Lexington Manufacturing We Want You Michelin Technical Michelin’s Lexington, S.C. site is home to its radial passenger plant and earthmover facility. Established in 1981, Michelin’s passenger plant produces tires for family sedan, minivan and luxury touring and high performance cars. The plant occupies 1.2 million square feet and employs approximately 1,400 people. In 1998, Michelin expanded the site and added the earthmover facility. This facility produces tires for front end loaders. The earthmover facility has added an additional 825,000 square feet to the site since it was built in 1998, and it employs approximately 500 employees. Together the site spans over two million square feet and produces some of the largest tires in the world. Scholars For more information on becoming a Michelin Technical Scholar, contact your local technical college. Midlands Technical College 316 South Beltline Blvd. Columbia, SC 29205 (803) 738-8324 Greenville Technical College 620 South Pleasantburg Drive Greenville, SC 29607 (864) 250-8111 Spartanburg Community College College 800 Brisack Road Spartanburg, SC 29303 (864) 592-4800 Michelin North America, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer
  • 2. Michelin Technical Scholars What is the Michelin Technical Scholars Program? Michelin North America offers scholarships to select students in the Electronic Engineering Technology (EET) major at Midlands Technical College. About Michelin Mission Michelin is dedicated to helping to enhance mobility and create value while demonstrating respect for customers, people, shareholders, the environment and facts. The scholarship covers: • Cost of tuition • Fees • Books • Paid Co-op program Becoming a Tech Scholar How can I become a Michelin Technical Scholar? • Demonstrate the potential for a career as an Electronic Engineering Technician with satisfactory test scores in aptitude and math • What are the requirements? • Must be a full time student enrolled in school year round in Midlands Technical College EET program Since 1889, Michelin has constantly innovated to facilitate the mobility of people and goods. Today, it is setting the benchmark across every tire and travel-related services market, while leading a global strategy to drive sustainable, profitable growth. • Minimum 2.5 GPA • • Strong math, science, reading and comprehension skills • What are the benefits? Commitment to working up to 20 hours per week at Michelin during the program Moving Forward Together Aptitude to succeed in the field The Michelin corporate community is made up of approximately 110,000 people and represents 120 nationalities. In a Group whose employee relationships are rooted in dialogue and mutual respect, their diversity is a valuable asset and source of creativity, while their professionalism and commitment are instrumental in driving performance and growth. Successfully interview at a local Michelin facility to determine if you have the motivation and drive necessary to become a member of the Michelin team • Upon successful completion of the Michelin Technical Scholar program, along with appropriate Michelin testing, scholars may be considered for full time employment upon graduation • Full time Michelin Reliability Technicians can make around $45,000 plus to start and enjoy an award winning benefits package • Reliability Technicians continue their education with approximately 2,000 hours of formal classroom and lab training timed to allow development and progression throughout the formative years of their career