Corporate and Community Services Division


Business & Industry Luncheon
Thursday, May 7, 2015 at 11:30 a.m.

Keynote Speaker:
Kirk D. Kern, Director, Dallas-Hamilton Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership
Dr. Gene Poor, Scott Hamilton Endowed Professor of Entrepreneurship at Bowling Green State University

“The Hatch”
Dallas-Hamilton Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership at Bowling Green State University

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Reservation Deadline April 30, no refunds or credits after this date.

About Corporate and Community Services

  • Business & Industry Training Schedule a listing of training scheduled for the semester, in areas of Industrial and Environmental Safety, Maintenance, Management/Supervisory Training, Manufacturing, Marketing and Microsoft Training, a registration form is included. Schedule Link.
  • Community Services manages the use of MCCC's classrooms, lecture halls and conference meeting rooms by public and private companies and organizations. Groups from 2 to 500 can be accommodated for special events, meetings, or training. Other services available include audio-visual equipment, security and food service. Light refreshments to full banquet services can be provided.
  • Customized Training and Retraining provides employee training programs in a variety of technical and management areas. These programs can be customized and delivered for any number of people at MCCC's campus sites or at your place of business. MCCC can provide training that meets your work schedule, shift changes, etc. and save your company the time and expense of sending employees away for needed training.
  • Training Grants and Economic Development Assistance are an integral part of the colleges' mission to serve the needs of business and industry. The CCS office is part of Monroe County's Economic Development team consisting of the Monroe County Industrial Development Corporation, Monroe County Chamber of Commerce, Monroe County Employment and Training, Monroe County Planning Department and MCCC. Many new and expanding businesses in the area turn to MCCC for help in training employees, recruiting potential employees, assessment of employee skills and training/retraining of new and existing workers. The Dean of Corporate and Community Services is the economic development officer for the College and as such, can help businesses develop a training plan and if appropriate, prepare grant applications for funding under state/federal programs that are available, as well as the, Michigan New Jobs Training Program.
  • Fitness Center is available to all MCCC students and staff free of charge. MCCC Alumni Association members also have access to the facility for a modest annual fee. Located in the Gerald Welch Health Education Building on the north end of the campus, the Fitness Center is equipped with a full range of exercise equipment for cardiovascular workouts and strength training. Lockers and shower facilities for men and women are also available. Visitors must present a photo ID and complete an orientation session to utilize the exercise equipment.
  • Lifelong Learning offers a variety of non-credit programs for personal and professional development, maintaining state licensure, computer skills, business, health and leisure activities. Classes are usually offered in the evening and on weekends at both campus locations. A class schedule with course descriptions is published each Fall, Winter and Spring Semester.
  • Whitman Center serves the southern Monroe County area at 7777 Lewis Avenue in Temperance. The extension center offers college credit classes and non-credit courses for day and evening students, as well as customized training programs for area businesses.
  • Workforce Development serves as the resource center for all on-campus student assistant jobs as well as referring student and job-seeking community member to all off-campus employment opportunities throughout the area. Employers may post an available job, part-time or full-time, with the College at no cost.
  • Workkeys Service Center can assist employers with identifying required job skills, benchmark skill levels of current and prospective employees and provide targeted training to improve performance in eight employability skill areas.