Maasailand is one of the major worldwide destinations for wildlife game drives in Africa. However, the Maasai community has only recently been directly involved with this tourist industry through the Mara Guide Association (MGA), helping them grow their community by keeping money made in Maasailand, in Maasailand. Since their establishment in 2014, the MGA has grown to 205 Maasai guides with a fleet of 115 Toyota Land Cruisers. These vehicles are in constant need of repair due to the extreme road conditions they face every day. Unfortunately, the only source of automotive repair services available to the guides come from uncertified, non-Maasai mobile mechanics. These mechanics are known to provide poor parts and labor to customers and take advantage of the lack of automotive knowledge within the Maasai community, charging up to six times that of services in large cities like Nairobi and Mombasa. With help from the MGA, MERC, Prescott College, and Barrett, we hope to build the first Maasai automotive education center in Maasailand to provide Maasai guides and community members with the workforce development knowledge and resources they need to perform repairs and maintenance themselves and to be more mindful of repairs done by outside mechanics. The GlobalResolve team is currently working on microgrid design integration, taking the control system put together by the Spring 2019 team and integrating it into the facility design (locations of lights, outlets, switches, wire, battery storage, PV, generator(s), etc). We are also working on a business plan and garage organization. The education center will be non-profit, however, the auto shop will help bring money into the hands of community members and assist in supporting the facility.