Here are several of the valuable resources Washtenaw Community College offers to local businesses:
Entrepreneurship Center to Start a Business
At the Entrepreneurship Center, our goal is to help people navigate the challenges of successfully running a small business. Whether you are working to land that first client or you’ve been in business 30 years, the Entrepreneurship Center can help.
The Entrepreneurship Center is a resource hub that is open to the public. It offers access to co-working and meeting spaces, printers and free wi-fi as well as free workshops like “Forming Your Own LCC or DBA,” shown below. For more information contact the Entrepreneurship Center at 734-249-5880 or email@example.com or check us out on online at ec.wccnet.edu.
Career Services Talent Connection
WCC Career Services establishes meaningful connections among WCC employers, nonprofits, students, alumni, faculty and staff in the greater Washtenaw community. Employers can access WCC Career Services to conduct needs exploration, connect to talent, post jobs, review resumes, and recruit onsite at no cost. Students and alumni can get help finding and applying for jobs, developing a resume and cover letter, and practice interviewing. For more information contact Career Services at 734-677-5155 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Internships and Cooperative Education
Students benefit from our co-op and internship programs by gaining valuable hands-on experience and exposure to employers and job opportunities. Employers gain access to a talented and skilled workforce as well as access to fresh new ideas. For more information contact Career Services. See contact information above.
Workforce Certification Center
We offer state-of-the-art testing facilities for more than 200 industry-based certifications and state license testing including healthcare, information technology, human resources, construction trades, insurance and more. For more information contact us at 734-249-5920 or email@example.com.
Michigan Small Business Development Center
Located on the WCC campus, the MSBDC can help you with accessing capital, business plan development, export strategies, financial management, market research, strategic planning, technology commercialization, training and workshops. For more information contact the Greater Washtenaw Regional SBDC office at 734- 477-8762 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Web Design and Development program at WCC is a comprehensive, rigorous program for students interested in a career in the web development industry. Students completing this program will have knowledge in web coding, graphics, user experience and web programming. These skills will enable them to pursue a variety of Internet-related career fields. Completion of the Web Design and Development certificate and one of the related advanced certificates is required to complete this degree.
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