Page Automotive Scholarship
Page Toyota was founded in 1969 and has been proudly servicing neighborhoods of Metro Detroit in the past 40 years. Two decades ago, Page Automotive took a step further in giving back by establishing the Page Foundation, aiming to support local communities’ philanthropic engagement. Page Foundation has allocated increasing resources and contribution for exploring innovative ways to empower youth especially in their education development. Today, we are honored to partner with Michigan Youth Empowerment Foundation (mYe) and announce the establishment of Page Automotive Scholarship that focuses on promoting and supporting youth engagement and creative thinking with the latest technology trend.
— Jue Vermeulen Page
President of Page Foundation
2017 mYe-Page Future Mobility Creativity Contest
The automotive industry is witnessing a radical transformation: new energy is gradually replacing the conventional gasoline engine. Vehicles are getting increasingly “connected”; autonomous driving is utilized in some areas, and car-sharing technology becomes more and more popular.
We would like to invite our innovators of the future to use their imagination for creation: what will mobility look like in 10 to 20 years from now? How would you leverage your creativity to convey your vision so people around you will be inspired?
Sponsored by Page Automotive, Michigan Youth Empowerment Foundation (mYe) will launch the 2017 mYe-Page Future Mobility Creativity Contest: elementary, middle and high school students are invited to do some research and share your concept and vision for future mobility. Winners will be awarded with scholarship and trophies.
Registration opens on July 1, 2017.
Page Foundation Matching Program
As part of mYe’s friends and families benefits, Page Foundation has offered mYe a special promotion and will match with a donation of $300 to mYe for each car and service mYe friends and families purchase from PAGE’s dealerships.
Please click here to review the program details.