Four Institutes Hosted by JMU
Internal Combustion Engine
Identify Combustion “Cycle,” Identify Common Components, Understand Basic Concepts, and Identify “Other” solutions.
Types of Suspension Systems, Optimizing for Application, Weight Distribution, and Research and Application.
Automotive Electrical Systems
Building a Li-Ion battery, Component wiring, Understand Basic Concepts, and Sensor Applications.
Restore or Preserve, Types of Surfaces, Long Term Ownership, and Research and Application.
Madison Automotive Apprentices
MAAP is a non-profit that exists to share the love of the automobile with the next generation, to provide educational and bridging opportunities for automotive restoration/preservation, and motorsport experiences. Our mission is to create Cooperative Opportunities between Auto Manufacturer(s), Higher Education Institutions, Vintage Auto Clubs and Enthusiasts and other Non-Profit Organizations to promote learning among Students with aptitude in Engineering, Non-Profit Management, Economic Development, Grant Writing, Automotive History, Communications, Social Marketing, Event and Project Management.
We exist to share the love of the automobile with the next generation.
We exist to provide educational and bridging opportunities for automotive restoration and preservation.
We exist to provide educational and bridging opportunities for motorsport experiences.
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