Toyota uses its manufacturing expertise to hold programs that promote the advancement of science and technology and supports the implementation of educational programs worldwide that will develop future leaders.
To improve the basic scholastic abilities of elementary and junior high school children, TSAM began the Toyota Teach educational program, which is aimed at teachers and provides training in teaching methods for English, Mathematics, and Science.
TMC has been conducting a scholarship program since 2006 in cooperation with China's Soong Ching Ling Foundation to assist students in central and western China who face difficulties in continuing or completing their studies at the university level for economic reasons.
Toyota dispatches Toyota Engineering Society members to science and other museums nationwide and undertakes a science workshop program to promote interest in the spirit of "making things" and in science and technology to foster the dreams of children.
Toyota holds workshop-style classes in collaboration with local NPOs to foster children's values and rich aesthetic sense through interactions with artists.
The full-time yearlong Automobile Technical Training Course is held in Portuguese for Brazilian Residents in Japan.
Though TTI has a history of only 29 years, it has already been recognized as one of the world’s leading academic institutions in research.
Starting in 2005、TMKR has provided scholarship in collaboration with Beautiful Foundation (NGO) for economically disadvantaged high schools students (45 students/year)
The institute provides advanced training in automotive technology and repair, and it mediates employment for graduates at the participating Saudi distributors of Japanese automobiles.
Toyota conducts contests to support science and technology education with the aim of "having fun while exploring possibilities in environmentally friendly vehicle engineering."
TMA has helped NCFL develop the program that promotes literacy by providing educational opportunities for both children and their parents.