MGCCC helps unemployed youth and adults with the job and life skills training they need to reach self-sufficiency through funding from the Workforce Investment Opportunity Act (WIOA).
If you are a youth not attending school between the ages of 16 and 24, you can receive FREE life skills, job training, career guidance, and the opportunity to complete your High School Equivalency.
Prepare for an entry level job as a welder, cutter, solderer, and brazer with a degree in Welding Technology.
MGCCC’s Workforce Development program works directly with businesses and industries to deliver technical skills training and leadership/supervision programs for their employees. Learn more about our services and how to partner with MGCCC to recruit, test, and train your workforce.
Discover what life’s like when you live on campus. Learn what you’ll need to bring (don’t forget your shower caddy) and what you shouldn’t (leave Fido at home). Your Residence Hall has a ton of amenities so you’ll feel right at home.
<span style="color:black;">HERE'S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE "MGCCC" WIRELESS NETWORK DEBUTING ON SEPTEMBER 8, 2020.</span>
Explore photo galleries and details of our women’s Residence Halls: Canizaro Hall, Bryan Hall, and Andrews Hall.
MGCCC’s Federal Work-Study Program provides on-campus jobs for students demonstrating financial need. Eligibility is based on financial need, other aid awarded and availability of funds. Students are employed part-time, earn minimum wage, and are paid monthly.
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