Good guy General Motors is at it again. The Detroit-based automaker will present the Michigan Technological University with a grant totaling $110,000.
Local news affiliate WLUC 6 reports GM will present the grant at a ceremony on March 2, 2017. The grant will be presented by Steven Tomaszewski, GM’s global facilities director of operations North America and a member of Michigan Tech’s Board of Trustees.
The $110,000 grant will go towards funding a variety of activities, including Advanced Hybrid Electric Vehicle and Advanced Motorsports Enterprises, Manufacturing Engineering Initiative, pre-college STEM outreach programs and diversity programs.
GM has a habit of supporting local colleges and universities. In 2015, the automaker surprised two Kettering University students with a $100,000 scholarship each.