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BAMM

Since launching in 2004, Detroit Chassis has provided students with hands on experience in the “real world of work” focusing on high performance and teamwork from an entrepreneurial perspective. The company shares its culture and values with students and tasks the students to create a personal mission statement, develop long and short-term goals, work effectively to achieve them and receive performance feedback. Full […]

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Initiative for a Competitive Inner City (ICIC)

http://www.icic.org Founded in 1994 by Harvard Business School Professor Michael Porter, the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City is a nonprofit research and strategy organization and the leading authority on U.S. inner city economies and the businesses that thrive there.

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Davis Aerospace Technical High School

http://www.detpub.k12.mi.us/schools/Davis Detroit Chassis developed and implemented the Business Applications in Manufacturing Management (BAMM) Program in coordination with Davis Aerospace Technical High School. This program is a twelve-week internship that provides students hands-on experience and an overview of the many facets of running a manufacturing business. Detroit Chassis has representation on the school’s Technical Advisory Committee […]

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United Way of Southeast Michigan

http://www.uwcs.org/ Detroit Chassis conducted annual contribution campaigns for United Way and increased contributions by 25% annually for four consecutive years while meeting Ford Motor Company’s challenge and increased participation to 73% amongst UAW and 93% amongst salaried associates. Detroit Chassis was recognized by United Way for Gold level performance for two consecutive years.

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Boy Scouts of America

http://www.scouting.org/ Detroit Chassis is a patron donor of the “Friends of Scouting” program and partnered with Ford Motor Company, in support of “Learn for Life” character program, which stresses the importance of citizenship and leadership. Detroit Chassis committed $30,000 of the $40,000 total achieved by this initiative.