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MUSKEGON — Public and private partners hope to leverage existing assets as they move ahead with plans to develop a $15 million convention center in downtown Muskegon.

Published in Commercial Real Estate
Sunday, 09 July 2017 14:37

Real estate projects to watch

With a commercial real estate development pipeline that stretches into 2019, the forecast for the industry in West Michigan remains bright. MiBiz periodically checks in on the status of proposed developments. This report highlights several projects from around West Michigan and examines where they currently sit in the development pipeline.

Published in Commercial Real Estate

A number of community colleges in West Michigan will partner with Michigan State University and other institutions across the state to offer joint certificate programs for students interested in the agricultural industry.

Published in In the News

Amid growing demand for health care talent, the partners behind a medical assistant apprenticeship program now look to expand the model to other in-demand areas. 

Published in Education

Facing what they say is a dearth of qualified technical talent, manufacturers have been forced to get creative in developing their own internal training programs. But despite those efforts to fill the gap, companies still rely heavily on community colleges to train the next wave of workers. 

Published in Manufacturing
Sunday, 10 January 2016 22:51

City of Muskegon to develop housing

With developers facing a series of complications in creating a sustainable housing market in downtown Muskegon, city government decided to take the rare move and jump into the business of commercial real estate development.

Published in Commercial Real Estate

A partnership between three community colleges and Grand Rapids-area care providers brings a traditional model for training talent into a new area: health care.

Published in Health Biz

MUSKEGON — High school graduates in Muskegon County will now have access to scholarship funds that will pay for two years of community college.

Published in Education

Muskegon Community College announced yesterday that it will receive $2.51 million from the U.S. Department of Commerce to assist in the renovation of the former Muskegon Chronicle building.

Published in In the News

The board of trustees for Muskegon Community College on Wednesday approved the acquisition of the Muskegon YMCA building for a new Health and Wellness facility. The cost for the college to acquire the site at 900 West Western Ave. is $1.17 million.

Published in In the News
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