Automotive Youth Educational SystemAutomotive Youth Educational System (AYES) is a national partnership among automotive manufacturers, automotive dealers, high schools and Regional Occupational Centers and Programs (ROCPs).
The California Department of Education assists schools or secondary programs in obtaining school certification and state-of-the-art curriculum in automotive technology for individuals in grades eleven and twelve and students in secondary programs.
AYES consists of Business and Education partnerships between both automotive dealers and aftermarket service employers and high school automotive technology schools. Primary participants are automotive manufacturers, automotive dealerships, high schools, post-secondary schools, and ROCPs.
The AYES program strives to prepare young people for both challenging and rewarding well-paying long term careers in the automotive industry.
For further information about the AYES program, contact Marvin Linville, California AYES Director, by phone at 530-368-1228 or by e-mail at Marvin.Linville@ayes.org, or visit the National AYES Web site.
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Robert Wilson, Education Programs Consultant
Technical Education Leadership and Instructional Support Office
Career and College Transition Division
California Department of Education
1430 N Street, Suite 4202
Sacramento, CA 95814