Corporate and Continuing Education

Lifelong Learning, Talent Development, Rapid Training

The Division of Talent and Business Solutions offers a wide range of educational and development opportunities that serve MMCC students, local employers, and community members seeking to expand their personal and professional skills and interests.

Community members of all ages can participate in lifelong learning and professional training courses, either on MMCC's campuses or through our educational online provider Ed2Go. Whether you want to learn a new art form, develop better computer skills, or expand your knowledge about a topic of interest--MMCC's Continuing Education offerings have something for you.

Community members looking to develop their professional skills to seek better or new employment can be trained in nine weeks or less through our rapid training and non-credit programs. These include CNA (Certified Nurse Aide), phlebotomy, truck driving, welding, plastics manufacturing, CNC operations, and local detention and corrections (which can be completed in one year). We also offer online interactive training and certification programs.

Area businesses can request customized training programs that equip their employees with specific skills to move their business forward or to stay up-to-date on certifications and new or emerging industry practices. We offer a variety of trainings in areas that include safety, manufacturing, and health care.

Area businesses can work cooperatively with MMCC to become intern or apprentice placement sites, adding talented MMCC students to their staff. Not only do our students benefit from the rich experiential learning that happens on the job, but employers benefit from gaining an extra set of hands and the ability to shape their future talent pools.

Area businesses seeking business planning and expansion assistance, marketing solutions, etc, can receive assistance through the Small Business Development Center (SBDC). MMCC is proud to be the Mid Michigan area site location for a regional branch of the SBDC, which is located at our Morey Technical Center in Mt. Pleasant.

MMCC students participate in internships and co-op placements, some of which are necessary to complete their programs of study. Students requiring placement in these experiential learning programs should contact our department.

Annual Report

To read the 2015-2016 Annual Report of MMCC's Division of Talent and Business Solutions, click the photo below.

Employer Work-Based Learning Toolkit

Work-Based Learning Toolkit

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