2019 Sergio Marchionne Student Achievement Awards Program
FCA NAFTA Employees:
Applications for the 2019 Sergio Marchionne Student Achievement Awards Program are being accepted now through February 28, 2019.
This special awards program provides an opportunity to recognize the academic excellence and accomplishments of our employees’ children. In honor of former CEO Sergio Marchionne, the Fiat Awards program has been renamed globally to The Sergio Marchionne Student Achievement Awards. Over the past six years, 421 award recipients in the NAFTA region have been recognized for their academic achievements, outstanding talent and community involvement.
Children of eligible FCA employees who earned a High School diploma, Associate’s degree or Bachelor's degree during calendar year 2018 are encouraged to apply. Graduates must submit a written essay and supporting documents for consideration. All submissions will be thoroughly evaluated by a panel of internal and external judges. The application deadline is February 28, 2019.
Winners will be formally recognized and presented with a monetary award at a special event to be held mid-year.
Interested applicants should visit www.smstudentachievementawards.com to review program guidelines and eligibility requirements for the program. More information can also be found on the Home page of Dashboard Anywhere.
If you have any questions, please e-mail email@example.com or contact your local HR representative.
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There is still time to sign up for ONLINE Classes ONLY
There will be a new program launched for people interested in becoming an Apprentice.
You will need to contact your LTTC rep Bob Ray at 419.661.0998 for more details.
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Toledo Machining to build key component for first Jeep® plug-in hybrid
FCA US announced today that it has awarded the production of the power electronics module for the Jeep® Wrangler PHEV (plug-in hybrid electric vehicle) to its Toledo Machining Plant, positioning the 54-year-old Ohio facility to play a key role in helping the company meet future regulatory requirements.
As part of the Capital Markets Day presentation on June 1, FCA committed to expanding its electrified propulsion systems in global architectures spanning the full range of vehicle segments. The Jeep Wrangler PHEV, which is expected to launch in 2020, will be one of more than 30 vehicle nameplates with electrified solutions by 2022.
“The insourcing of this highly advanced work to Toledo Machining is a reflection of the commitment the workforce has made to improving their processes through the implementation of World Class Manufacturing,” Brian Harlow, Head of Manufacturing, FCA North America, said. “As the most iconic of the Jeep nameplates, it is critical that we flawlessly execute the launch of the Wrangler PHEV. The Toledo Machining employees have made a strong business case as to why we should put our faith in them to deliver a great product.”
The power electronics module for the Wrangler houses two key electrified powertrain components—the power inverter module and the integrated dual charger module, which consists of the onboard charger and the DC/DC converter. The power electronics module is packaged in a protective structure under the vehicle between the exhaust and the prop shaft. Toledo Machining will assemble the subsystems for the module, upload the applicable software for the power inverter module, and also conduct final testing on the coolant and electrical systems. Finished modules will be delivered to the Toledo Assembly Complex where the Wrangler PHEV will be assembled.
Nearly 850 Toledo Machining employees currently produce steering columns and torque converters for a number of FCA production locations in the United States, Canada and Mexico. Toledo Machining was awarded silver status for its results in implementing World Class Manufacturing (WCM) in June 2018 after being awarded WCM bronze status in September 2016.