Manchester Community College’s upcoming free information sessions are a great way to explore options for success.
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He will focus on the role of the state’s attorney general with respect to federal government policy and federal court rulings, including touching on issues related to recent decisions affecting civil and voting rights, and consumer protection.
Open courses are available in business office technology, computer aided drafting, computer software applications, computer technology, criminal justice, economics, engineering science, hospitality management, humanities, manufacturing and music studies.
In today’s workforce, professional acumen and hands-on experience may not be enough to succeed in many jobs. A knowledge of the continuously evolving technologies that drive work environments is vital as well. MCC has programs to help keep pace.
“Super Saturdays” were created especially for students who need to take care of admissions, Accuplacer® testing, advising and registration needs in a single visit.
Sessions will be held Tuesday, July 30, from noon to 1 p.m.; Friday, August 2, from 1 to 2 p.m.; and Saturday, August 10, from 11 to noon. All sessions will be held in the Learning Resource Center, B218. Pre-registration is recommended.
Jobs that incorporate photography skills are among the fastest growing in Connecticut of those requiring an associate degree, according to the Connecticut Department of Labor.
The grant funding is specially targeted to support students in the college’s Women in STEM initiative, known as WiSTEM, which helps increase persistence and graduation rates for women pursuing degrees.
Jobs in Connecticut’s health services sector are among those with the most openings projected over the next five to ten years. Many are among the fastest growing fields as well. MCC has a certificate program for students interested in exploring these jobs before committing to one field.
For example, MCC’s Manufacturing Engineering program is designed so that graduates emerge with the specific skills employers are looking for among candidates in the current job market.