- Provides opportunities for “real life” applications of knowledge gained in the classroom (especially Math, Science and Communication skills), thereby making school more interesting and enjoyable.
- Offers academic and on-the-job challenges in accordance with the highest standards for automotive technical programs in the country.
- Enhances employability as an entry-level automotive technician through the recognized attainment of specified competencies.
- Provides opportunities for on-the-job experience in service repair environment, which will, in many cases, lead to an offer of permanent employment upon graduation.
- Affords the opportunity to secure an exceptional foundation of baseline knowledge and practical skills, thereby enabling the AYES graduate to pursue a number of opportunities related to automotive technology, either immediately or after gaining additional paid experience.
- If your high school training is in the automotive field, ask your counselor how you can enroll in the AYES program at Robert Morgan Educational Center.
- If you have not selected a high school training or carrier path, look into the AYES program at www.ayes.org
- Contact your local automobile dealer or independent business association to learn more about education and employment opportunities in your community.
Anti-Discrimination/Harassment (Students) – Board Policy 5517 and 5517.02
M-DCPS does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, ethnic or national origin, religion, marital status, disability, age, political beliefs, sexual orientation, gender, gender identification, social and family background, linguistic preference, pregnancy, or any other basis prohibited by law in its educational programs, services or activities or in its hiring or employment practices. Please refer to School Board Policies 5517 – Anti-Discrimination/Harassment (Students) and 5517.02 – Discrimination/Harassment Complaint Procedures for Students for more information.
Questions, complaints or requests for additional information regarding discrimination or harassment may be sent to: Executive Director, Civil Rights Compliance Office, 155 NE 15 Street, Suite P-104E, Miami, Florida 33132; PH: 305-995-1580 or e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The District also provides equal access to its facilities to the Boy Scouts and other patriotic youth groups, as required by the Boy Scouts of America Equal Access Act.