Toyota Canada donates Matrix to Holland College Automotive Technology Program
May 23, 2014
Charlottetown, PE – Holland College’s Automotive Technology program is benefiting from the generosity of Toyota Canada through the donation of a training vehicle to be used for student development.
Brian McMillan, President of Holland College, said that staff and students are excited about the new training aid.
“We are really pleased to receive this gift from Toyota Canada,” said McMillan. “When industry steps up to provide resources for our programs, it demonstrates their core value of investing in an industry-ready workforce and their confidence in our college to train and provide those skilled workers.”
Kurt MacLennan, Dealer Principal for Charlottetown Toyota, worked with Toyota Canada to orchestrate the gift.
“Holland College plays an integral role in our business,” said MacLennan. “Their training supports the constantly evolving Human Resource needs of the automotive industry, making it a critical priority to ensure that their training aids keep pace with changing technology. This donation to the Automotive Technology program is one that Toyota Canada is very pleased to make.”
The Matrix is a 2009 XR model with a sunroof, alloy wheels, and mileage of just 34,500 km.
For more information about this release, please contact:
Jo-Ann Campbell-Boutilier, Executive Director
College Advancement and the Holland College Foundation
Tel: (902) 629-4273