University of Toledo President Lloyd Jacobs said the aim is to “blur the line between Michigan and Ohio.”
Macomb Community College, on behalf of the Michigan Coalition for Advanced Manufacturing (M-CAM), has been awarded a $24.9 million U.S. Department of Labor grant to train workers for advanced manufacturing jobs.
Grand Valley State University signed a reverse transfer agreement Aug. 14 with Schoolcraft College in Livonia.
Schoolcraft College’s continuing education and professional development department is continuing its successful partnership with Q’vive LLC, a local leader in innovation strategy and training to offer PMP Exam Shift, a new course to prepare students for the updated PMP and CAPM exams.
Social media are now a mandatory part of the marketing mix for businesses of all sizes — but it only works if you’re adaptable and relevant. That was the message of a WWJ Newsradio 950 business breakfast Thursday morning at Schoolcraft College in Livonia, ‘Social Media: Getting Your Business To Wow.’
Social media is becoming one more way to generate the “wow” that translates into higher sales — not to mention one more way to lose a job. WWJ Newsradio 950 will be taking a look at the latest and greatest in using social media to build your business Thursday morning at Schoolcraft College’s VisTaTech Center in Livonia.
After the success of recruiting and training veterans for natural gas field positions, DTE Energy is starting a new “boot camp” to train veterans to become instrument and control technicians in the company’s fleet of power plants.
The latest event and meeting notices from Michigan’s technology-focused companies, institutions and groups
MichBio, the state’s life sciences industry association, announced Monday that it would join with the Michigan Economic Development Corp. and the New Economy Initiative for Southeast Michgian to host the “Michigan Bio-Talent Summit,” an event to bring bio executives together with educators, work force development professionals and other key stakeholders to discuss bioscience talent needs.
CEOs of small businesses are encouraged to participate in a nationally recognized program designed to assist growth in “second stage” businesses.