Wayne County Community College District
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.
Rolando Bocanegra never pictured himself attending a four-year university. “There was always a fear factor when it came to thinking about a major college,” he said. As a current student at Grand Rapids Community College, “thinking bigger just made me feel overwhelmed.” That’s exactly the type of common stumbling block the Michigan College and University Partnership-Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation helps community college students overcome.
Grand Valley State University signed a reverse transfer agreement May 7 with Wayne County Community College District in downtown Detroit.
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A national collaborative aimed at providing workers with new skills to the emerging advanced manufacturing industry has selected Wayne County Community College District to lead the effort in Michigan.
Infosys, a Bridgewater, N.J.-based consultant in technology, and the Wayne County Community College District Monday marked the first classes of a new 18-week program to provide Infosys world-renowned software development training program to grow Detroit’s technology talent pool.
A new IT boot camp aimed at producing entry-level software engineers for the growing tech sector in metro Detroit will kick off March 12 at the Wayne County Community College District University Center in Harper Woods.
Wayne County Community College District will hold a free recycling event for used electronics in Belleville on Saturday, Oct. 22.
Wayne County Community College District is hosting a free recycling event for used electronics in Detroit on Saturday at the school’s Northwest Campus.
Congressman Hansen Clarke says the job fair is part of the Congressional Black Caucus’ “For the People” jobs initiative and will have dozens of employers ready to hire.