Investing in US

International automakers offer careers that allow families to achieve their own individual American Dreams.

International automakers are intertwined in the fabric of American auto manufacturing and American communities.

Our members provide meaningful career paths that create wealth, security, and opportunities for American families in all 50 states.

Employees are afforded competitive wages, comprehensive benefits, skills training, and growth opportunities, from the shop floor to facility management. And these opportunities are driven forward by international automakers’ investments in upskilling and reskilling through workforce development programs.

International automakers are investing in US.

International automakers build more than cars, they build communities.

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"A life-changing experience": Nissan Ready electrifies the next generation

In a long-standing partnership with 100 Black Men of America, Nissan and INFINITI led three days of career-building workshops in Nashville.

  • Nissan hosted 62 African American high school students from around the country for the annual Nissan Ready program Feb. 18-20
  • In partnership with 100 Black Men of America, Nissan Ready educates and inspires through interactive career-building workshops, dynamic presentations and camaraderie
  • Nissan has partnered with 100 Black Men of America, the nation’s top African American-led mentoring organization, since 2014

With a $1.4 billion investment in Indiana, Toyota will add up to 340 new, sustainable U.S. jobs

Toyota will prepare for assembly of an all-new, three row battery electric SUV in the U.S. as part of a new $1.4 billion investment in its Princeton facility, affirming Toyota’s commitment to reinvesting profits in its U.S. operations and bringing total investment in Toyota Indiana to $8 billion. This also brings the addition of up to 340 new, high-quality jobs with long-term stability.

This investment will not only provide plant infrastructure to build the all-new BEV, it will add a new battery pack assembly line using lithium-ion batteries supplied by Toyota Battery Manufacturing North Carolina, a $13.9 billion facility slated to begin production in 2025.

Meet Mazda Toyota Manufacturing team member - Anna

Anna has been on Mazda Toyota Manufacturing’s team for 2 years and their Environmental Specialist over the Waste & Materials program. She loves engaging with team members on the floor to learn their processes and see how she can implement environmental policies.

She appreciates how Mazda Toyota Manufacturing strives to create a supportive environment both on and off the floor through Kaizen – a the Japanese business philosophy of continuous improvement.

Meet more MTM team members here.