Study finds GRCC workforce programs generate millions of dollars for economy

GRCC’s noncredit workforce programs generate hundreds of millions of dollars for the West Michigan economy, according to a groundbreaking analysis focusing on the impact created by alumni income, companies attracted and expanded by training programs, and grant spending.
GRCC press conference participatants stand near a podium in the welding area of the Tassell-MTEC. Left to right: GRCC President Bill Pink; Dr. Amy Mansfield, dean of the school of workforce development; Elizabeth Pena, student in the medical assistant apprenticeship program, and Carlos Piggee, high-performance team coordinator at Johnson Controls


11.14 | Wednesday | 10:00am
11.14 | Wednesday | 10:00am
11.14 | Wednesday | 11:00am