Metropolitan Community College partners with industry, education, government, and community to provide resources and remove barriers for students who are looking to education to improve their lives. We are uniquely positioned to make a difference in our community, and our partnerships are a key part of our success.
Whether you are with a secondary institution, four year institution, career center, or community organization, a partnership can help both of us become more effective in service to the Kansas City area.
Do you have questions about the qualifications apprenticeships require? The team can help understand what is flexible and what is not in the Department of Labor standards.
If you work with articulation agreements or want to develop Memorandums of Understanding to create pathways and remove barriers so students can transition smoothly between institutions and educational levels, this team can help.
The continuing education team works closely with the public as well as students. They have flexible and short-term educational offerings. They have extensive experience working with third party accreditation and licensure, and they have access to both credit and non-credit training. If you are looking for an educational partner to work with to prepare people to enter the workforce, this team can help identify resources and timelines.
Professional development is a pervasive need, and Corporate College has the flexibility to respond to requests for standard or custom training, at your location or one of MCC's five campuses.
Workforce and Economic Development embraces a holistic approach, understanding that we must have a variety of pathways to connect students to educational opportunity because students have varied needs. If you have ideas about how to engage with us, but do not see what you are looking for here, please contact any of our team leaders. They are familiar with what the team offers, and can connect you with the best solution for your context.