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.

Featured Stories

Nissan Canton and Habitat for Humanity Dedicate Home to Canton Family

On Dec. 20th, in a collaborative effort, Nissan Canton Vehicle Assembly Plant and Habitat for Humanity Mississippi Capital Area (HFHMCA) marked a significant milestone with the completion of their 15th home build in the tri-county area. More than 100 dedicated employee volunteers from Nissan contributed their time and skills during an eight-day building project from August to October, benefiting Canton resident Sharon Wilkes and her family.

Subaru Partners with Operation Warm to Provide Comfort and Hope to Children in Need.

Imagine having to go without a coat, shoes, or even socks. For millions of children and adults experiencing homelessness and other urgent need situations, this can be a harsh reality.

This February during Subaru Loves to Help® month, we are partnering with Operation Warm, a national non-profit that is focused on connecting children with the resources they need to thrive. This partnership will amplify our continued support for those who need it most.

The Progress Project Launches for a Third Year to Support Black-Owned Businesses in Michigan

As Black History Month begins, Hyundai Motor America is proud to announce the third consecutive year of the Progress Project, in which the company provides financial assistance to black-owned small businesses in a region. This year, award recipients were chosen in Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti, Michigan—near Hyundai America Technical Center, Inc. and the new Safety Test and Investigation Laboratory in Superior Township.