Henry Ford Community College
Several Michigan colleges and universities earned honors this week from U.S. News & World Report’s best colleges listing and other organizations.
The latest event and meeting notices from Michigan’s technology-focused companies, institutions and groups.
Zach Brukley, a non-traditional student at Henry Ford Community College, credits his new career as a biotech scientist to the Biotechnology Program at HFCC, where he discovered the program working as a custodian.
Henry Ford Community College’s biotechnology program announced a grant of $100,000 from the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan to help HFCC develop a collaborative nanotechnology and microsystems technician training program.
Four years of high school and one year of community college can equal an associates degree at no cost under a program announced Tuesday by Henry Ford Community College and the Dearborn Public Schools Collegiate Academy.
Henry Ford Community College, the Education Achievement Authority of Michigan, the Wayne County Community College District and Focus: HOPE have formed the Career and Technical Education partnership, which provides opportunities for high school juniors and seniors in Detroit to receive college credits while completing their high school education requirements.
Henry Ford Community College, Baker College and Automation Alley’s committees on Education and Workforce, Manufacturing and Technology are teaming up to present “Interns and Apprentices: Models to Design and Construct Future Talent” Thursday, Aug. 1, from 9 a.m. to noon at HFCC’s Michigan Technical Education Center, 3601 Schaefer Road, Dearborn.
Former HFCC students get a one-time opportunity to clear their financial debt with the school and return to their studies.
Henry Ford Community College earned national recognition this week as one of the top 100 associate degree producers in 2013, according to the June 24 issue of the national publication Community College Week, http://www.ccweek.com.
The Clean Energy Coalition’s Green Fleets Program, funded by the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act — better known as the federal stimulus — has brought together a diverse cross-section of Michigan fleets to deploy alternative fuel and advanced vehicles and supporting infrastructure.