How To Make a Safer
Community by Helping the "At-Risk" Group.
Professionals nonprofit (MAPn)
The prime goal of MAPn
is to create a better community by supplying no-cost vocational education
support for the socially and economically deprived young adults in the ?at risk? segment of the
Metro Detroit area. By so doing, we will raise the aggregate value of the
community and create a safer neighborhood.
secondary goal is to influence the young adults with genuine interest in
their development toward independent living. We don?t want them to keep constantly relying on
Public assistance for survival or something worst.
The third goal starts after initial testing to determine their
educational level of competence, MAPn will arrange
instruction in automotive vocational training for the disadvantaged after
that evaluation. MAPn will provide the student with at
least A tenth grade reading ability through our remedial courses.
MAPn will start the formal curriculum by providing
instruction on the safe usage of hand and power tools. To accomplish the
goal of national certification, the students will be given classroom and
shop sessions for the first two years. After completion of this segment,
the students will be acquainted with a local automotive repair/service
facility, where they will be involved in on-the-job training for the next
two years. This is the requirement of Automotive Service Excellence (ASE)
to obtain national certification.
MAPn is in the start-up mode and will appreciate all
help and support from the community in our effort to provide no-tuition
automotive vocational training for the disadvantaged.
For a very limited time, MAPn embroidered apparel can be yours. get to choose which items you want from our Merchandise page .
POLICY: MAPn will not discriminate against any
student, individual or group because of race, sex, religion, age,
national origin, color, marital status, political beliefs or disability.
Marcus Simmons - President
Motown Automotive Professionals nonprofit
Lion Industrial Drive
New Hudson, MI 48165-8544