On November 19, students from Garfield and East Broadway Elementary Schools visited the headquarters. On December 3rd students from Riverside/Spring and Leverette/Chase toured the facilities.
Dana Holding Corporation officials used a power point presentation to explain the company’s role in the automotive industry. They also discussed the need to learn math and science as well as the need to earn high grade point averages.
The company’s representatives gave examples of how focused hard work can make dreams come true. Several of the presenters started at Dana Holding Corporation as interns or through co-ops. Their work ethic opened the door to a permanent career with the company.
In the tour, the students saw the extensive testing products made by Dana Holding Corp. must go through in order to go into their customer’s vehicles. During a Q & A session students threw a volley of questions at the Dana representatives.
“All in all it was a fun-filled learning experience for the TPS Latino students,” concluded TPS’s José Luna.
Editor’s Note: La Prensa wishes to thank TPS’s José Luna for article info and DANA for photos.