Careers Archive

The future in agriculture

Montcalm Community College and Michigan State University are partnering to offer specialized training locally for careers in agriculture. This fall, MCC began offering MSU’s two-year programs in agricultural operations, applied horse science, fruit and crop management and

Careers that serve

MCC’s criminal justice program prepares students for careers in corrections, law enforcement and more. Criminal justice encompasses prison and police work, community and police relations, criminal law, probation and parole. The skills required are just as varied.

New Digital Arts Program at MCC

MCC’s new digital arts program offers ‘hands-on’ learning in photography, graphic design, digital imaging and more. Digital arts is a field where artistry and technology collide. Montcalm Community College launched its new digital arts program this fall,

Getting your foot in the door

In an economy where job seekers significantly outnumber positions, distinguishing your credentials is essential. How can you stand out from the crowd? According to online resumé service TheLadders.net, job recruiters wade through thousands of profiles and resumés

Programs for high-demand careers

Montcalm Community College prepares students for great careers in high-demand, high-wage fields. We offer small class sizes and class times that fit students’ schedules on our campuses in Sidney and Greenville, and in our classrooms in Howard

History repeats itself

MCC partners with MSU to bring agricultural programs back to local students Fifty years ago, agriculture was one of the first programs offered at Montcalm Community College. However, due to low enrollments, agricultural classes were cancelled during

MCC Programs A-Z

Montcalm Community College has been providing our region’s families and employers access to quality higher education for nearly 50 years, with more than 100,000 learners served through credit courses, and career development and personal development noncredit courses

John Peck – Tool and die

John Peck was among the first Greenville Tool and Die workers to earn a certificate at Montcalm Community College. Peck began working in a grocery store in eighth grade for 65 cents per hour. Learning that Greenville

Janet Ravell – Nursing

Janet Ravell was the first nursing student to transfer her credits to Montcalm Community College from another institution. In 1956, she married George Ravell and they started their family. Five years later, she attended Jacksonville Duval County

LOOKING AHEAD

Montcalm Community College is incorporating robotic technology into its curriculum to train workers for high-tech jobs in manufacturing. FANUC and Baxter technology is redefining the way robots are used in manufacturing environments, providing automation that will help

Online Learning

Online and hybrid courses offer the flexibility that Judy Hunt and Sydney Hedrick need to fit college classes into their busy lifestyles. Both types of courses are similar to traditional classes in some ways. Students have an