Career Technology Center
Monroe County Community College officials formally opened the new Career Technology Center during a ribbon cutting ceremony today in front of the main entrance to the $17 million, 60,000-square foot facility.
Monroe County Community College will dedicate its new Career Technology Center in a ribbon cutting ceremony Monday, Aug. 26 at 10 a.m.
With a gift of $50,000 from Monroe Bank & Trust, The Foundation at Monroe County Community College has raised more than 85 percent its goal of $17 million for the construction of the Career Technology Center, said H. Douglas Chaffin, chair of the capital campaign for the facility and president and CEO of MBT.
The DTE Energy Foundation has made a $1 million contribution to support the capital campaign for the new Career Technology Center at Monroe County Community College, and to also promote diversity at the college.
Michigan Gas Utilities President Barbara Nick has announced a $75,000 pledge from Michigan Gas Utilities and Wisconsin Public Service Foundation to the capital campaign for the new Career Technology Center at Monroe County Community College.
Construction officially Friday on the new $17 million Career Technology Center at Monroe County Community College.
Monroe County Community College has approved an $8.5 million match for the construction of a 71,300-square-foot Career Technology Center to prepare students for jobs in fast-growing fields.