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Fueling Growth

From welding to plastics, and manufacturing to heating & cooling technologies, future skilled tradespeople are building their futures at Mid Michigan College.

Not only are these students highly-skilled, they are entrepreneurial, dynamic members of their communities, and they give back to local efforts. Mid is proud to be part of their journey.

Jesse Warner (left) this year’s Student Showcase Presidential winner, and Justin Stecker (right) work to complete their project  in the HRA class challenge.

Jesse Warner (left) this year's Student Showcase Presidential Award Winner, and Justin Stecker (right) work to complete their project in the HRA class challenge.


Careers that fall into the ‘middle-skills job gap’ will be in high-demand.

Mid offers degrees, credentials, and rapid-training programs that build the skills required for careers that fall into the ‘middle-skills jobs gap.’ These careers are essential to our communities and provide stable, well-paying employment opportunities for our graduates.

By staying connected and engaged with local employers, Mid ensures that our program offerings meet the needs of both area businesses and our students.

Middle Skills Pie Chart

Mid’s Impact on the Community

As a regional provider of education and training, Mid’s impact is felt throughout the mid-Michigan area. Its employees, students and graduates spend money, pay taxes, contribute to the community, and meet critical workforce needs.

$24,042,530 in financial aid was awarded to students last year.

Students used these funds to pay for college-related expenses like tuition, books, childcare, housing, and transportation.

4,300 Mid alumni live in the central Michigan area and contribute to the local economy.

99 interns were placed in area businesses over the last two years to supplement the local workforce

456 health-related degrees were awarded in the last three years, helping to meet the demand for skilled healthcare providers.

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