Program is October 28 at the Manufacturing & Engineering Center
Schoolcraft College invites area business to an Apprenticeship Information Session from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. on Thursday, October 28, at the Manufacturing & Engineering Center.
An apprenticeship program is an excellent way for businesses to ensure a pipeline of right-skilled workers to remain competitive in their industry. Subjects to be covered include understanding program benefits; the registration process; key resources, including current employer financial incentives; and next steps to develop a customized program.
Attendees will hear from the Department of Labor Office of Apprenticeship representative as well as workforce partners.
Overall, attendees will learn:
- Process overview: How Registered Apprenticeship works
- Benefits: Why Registered Apprenticeship works
- Knowledge: Resources and contact information to jump start program development
- Details: Current employer funding opportunities of up to $1,000 per apprentice.
Space is limited. Please contact Pamela Linton, Apprenticeship Coordinator for Schoolcraft College, by email at [email protected] or by phone at 734-462-7372 by Thursday, October 21, to reserve your spot. Breakfast will be provided.
The Manufacturing & Engineering Center (MEC), 13001 Merriman Road in Livonia, is the home of Schoolcraft College’s engineering and technology programs. Opened in the fall of 2020, the 48,000-square-foot facility more than doubled the space for occupational programs, including:
- Biomedical Engineering Technology
- Computer Aided Design (CAD)
- Engineering Technology
- Manufacturing Technology/CNC (Computer Numerical Control)
- Metallurgy and Materials Science
- Plastic Technology
MEC also houses a 3D printing lab and robotics lab.