At BMW, it is our desire to serve those who have graciously served us. Last week, we honored the graduating class of our Military Service Technician Education Program (MSTEP) and celebrated a pivotal moment in BMW history as we welcomed our very first female graduate.
Established in 2018, MSTEP is a 16-week technical educational program that provides active duty military veterans with the opportunity to transition from military to civilian careers. The program, and our partnership with the Universal Technical Institute (UTI), exposes each student to cutting-edge, technical training courses in a workshop, hands-on environment. Upon completion of the program, graduates are given the opportunity to secure employment as a certified BMW automotive technician.
Advances in technology have changed the way we do work, creating a world where innovative, technical skills are in high demand. That is why BMW is committed to equipping individuals to become the next generation of highly skilled BMW technicians by providing them with advanced education and hands-on training experience that will ensure their professional success. Currently located on Camp Pendleton in California, MSTEP serves as an example of our commitment.
At BMW, we believe diversity makes us who we are and drives us forward. Through this unique program, and partnership with the US Military, we have helped empower a highly motivated and talented group of individuals who are trained to use some of the world’s leading technologies. Through MSTEP, graduates not only refine their existing skills and knowledge, but also acquire new skills to ensure a promising and rewarding career.
Join us as we celebrate the graduating class of MSTEP 04 and welcome future members of MSTEP.
To learn more about BMW MSTEP, please visit https://www.bmwstep.com/bmw-mstep/