Over 50 colleges, universities, and technical training programs from around the Midwest will be in attendance. Government agencies and community non-profit foundations will be on hand to provide you with information on scholarships, grants and financial aid. Military representative will also attend for those interested in serving in the armed forces.
Wayne County College Access Network (WCCAN) mobilizes local and regional employers and trade organizations to do the following:
- Provide information and advice to students about high demand career pathways
- Share information on college majors and how to prepare for in-demand careers
- Mentor students on career readiness and soft-skills
The 21st Century global economy demands a workforce with an education beyond high school. According to the Georgetown Center on Education and the Workforce, 70% of jobs in 2020 will require a formal education. We aim to create a school-college-career pipeline for local students that will benefit your industry and Wayne County businesses. With your help, we can build a more sustainable and vibrant economy and healthy community.
Students interested in attending, please click here
High Schools can also register to attend this event, here
WCCAN is also looking for business exhibitors interested in discussing with high school students the Opportunities that involve students earning any type of post-secondary college certificate or degree (e.g. one-year certificate, two-year Associates, four-year Bachelors). To register as Exhibitor, please click here