Business and Industry Services staff works with local companies to provide classes and training to employees who are working on an apprenticeship program. Programs are tailored to the company's needs. Individual apprentices may complete their apprenticeship program and work toward completing an associate degree at the same time.
Business and Industry Services
Business and Industry Services has worked with area businesses for over 15 years developing successful partnerships and
providing effective training. Classes can be brought to your site, and customized to your needs.
See our current list of
Training & Classes.
WCC Conference Services offers flexibility in room size, barrier-free facilities, an extensive selection of presentation and audio-visual equipment, catering services, plenty of free parking, convenient location and on-site recreational facilities.
Each year Employment Services hosts two Job Fairs - one in the Fall and one in the Spring - which include many local employers actively seeking qualified applicants. This event is free and open to the community as well as WCC students.
For further information and to register to participate, please contact the Employment Services Office by phone at 734-677-5155, fax at 734-677-5444 or email at .
Michigan Small Business & Technology Development Center
The Michigan Small Business & Technology Development Center at Washtenaw
Community College is one of the 12 regional
offices statewide, providing services and support to the Michigan small
business community in Hillsdale, Jackson, Lenawee and Washtenaw counties.
If you work for a nonprofit agency in Washtenaw County you may apply for a Washtenaw Community College Nonprofit Agency Scholarship,
which will reimburse you for the tuition and fees of attending any of a select set of LifeLong Learning classes.
Post A Job Opening
WCC students possess many unique skills and talents. Find your next
employee or intern at WCC.
Details on posting your job opening using WCC's College Central Network site.
If you have questions or comments, please contact the Employment Services
Office by phone at 734-677-5155 or by fax at 734-677-5444.
Washtenaw Community College (WCC), in partnership with the
Washtenaw Community Health Organization (WCHO), provides training for Group Home/Supported Living Staff.
Work Keys is an employability skills system designed to help employers or individuals.
Companies can benefit from Work Keys. Individuals also can benefit.
Public School Paraprofessionals can view the testing schedule at the
Work Keys Assessment page.