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Team One Credit Union and the Michigan Credit Union Foundation (MCUF) proudly presented a combined $20,000 grant to the Greater Michigan Construction Academy to train students for careers in the high demand field of skilled trades.
AT&T will present a $10,000 contribution on Friday to the Greater Michigan Construction Academy (GMCA). The contribution will support efforts to expose underserved high school students to the many skilled trade-based opportunities available to young students who are looking for an alternative to enrolling in a four-year college. Students enrolled in GMCA’s program receive hands-on training through classroom instruction and apprenticeships while working towards the goal of achieving nationally recognized certifications upon completing the program.
Team One Credit Union and Michigan Credit Union Foundation (MCUF) are proud to announce a combined $20,000 grant awarded to area students to attend training towards skilled trades certification. In a partnership with Greater Michigan Construction Academy (GMCA), students in Genesee and Tuscola counties will begin a two year program focused on providing the knowledge needed to prepare them for careers in the high demand field of skilled trades.
For the fourth year in a row the Greater Michigan Construction Academy (GMCA) along with the Midland County Educational Service Agency (ESA) conducted a construction trades camp for area middle and high school students.
Michigan high school students can spend part of their day in work training programs, often earning credits from community colleges. This is a win for schools — who may not have the resources to offer these opportunities — and a win for students — who get trained in a skill they enjoy and earn college credit at no cost to themselves.
A recent decision by Michigan Department of Education that supports the collaboration of school districts with private training academies will help improve Michigan’s workforce education gap, says Greater Michigan Construction Academy (GMCA).
Greater Michigan Construction Academy (GMCA) has awarded four scholarships to area students pursuing post-secondary skilled trades education and training. Each scholarship will cover the cost of tuition, books, and fees for the students first year of an available craft training program (2 semesters). Scholarship recipients will begin their classes in the 2017 fall semester beginning in August.
The Greater Michigan Construction Academy will honor forty (40) students who completed their training from six different construction trades including Electrical, Carpentry, Pipefitting, Instrumentation, Ironworking, and Industrial Maintenance Mechanic. GMCA will hold their Graduation Banquet for the 25 Midland facility graduates on, Thursday evening, May 18th. They will be holding a second graduation event on Wednesday, May 24 at their Lansing facility for the 15 graduates from that location.
Greater Michigan Construction Academy (GMCA) announces two of their students competed at the ABC National Craft Competition that took place March 1-3 in Fort Lauderdale, FL.
On Wednesday, February 22, 2017, Greater Michigan Construction Academy (GMCA) will be hosting an open house for area students and residents to learn more about the skilled trades training opportunities they offer.
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