WKKF grant to expand KCC’s short-term job training in Battle Creek

A female student smiles in safety goggles on a text slide that reads "Free job training, laptop, cash incentives. Eligibility requirements apply. Request information at www.kellogg.edu/iact."

Over the next four years, Kellogg Community College plans to provide Battle Creek residents with no-cost job training, scholarships for college degrees, tailored support services, laptop computers, digital skills training and incentives. KCC is expanding its iACT (Innovative Accelerated Credentialed… Continue Reading

What is the RMTC and how is it different from other Kellogg Community College campuses?

The pipefitting and KAMA areas of the RMTC campus in Battle Creek.

Kellogg Community College opens in-person instruction for all Industrial Trades students at the College’s Regional Manufacturing Technology Center campus Feb. 1. But unless you’ve already studied or trained there, you may be wondering: What is the RMTC, and what can… Continue Reading

KCC announces major workforce training initiative

The Regional Manufacturing Technology Center

Kellogg Community College today announced a major initiative designed to improve the local economy by guiding hundreds of area adults and teenagers through programs that will connect to job opportunities, strengthen technical skills, improve financial security and accelerate college completion.… Continue Reading

KCC offering youth robotics camps during Spring Break

Bruin Bots summer camp participants work during camp in 2013.

Kellogg Community College will host two Spring Break robotics camps for youth in grades six through nine next month, including one for girls only. Details about each camp are below. Lego Destination: Mars! 8 a.m.-noon April 7-10 In this hands-on camp,… Continue Reading

KCC seeks applicants for new job-training program

A student working at the RMTC

Kellogg Community College is seeking applicants for specialized manufacturing training that may be free for people who meet eligibility requirements. The training programs are geared toward unemployed people, especially those impacted by foreign trade. For example, qualified employees whose jobs were… Continue Reading

KCC offering nonprofit training courses this spring

Glasses resting on a closed book

Kellogg Community College’s Workforce Solutions Department is offering the following courses for nonprofit training this spring. Unless otherwise noted, all courses will be held at KCC’s Regional Manufacturing Technology Center, 405 Hill Brady Road, Battle Creek. FEBRUARY Basic Grant Seeking Join… Continue Reading

KCC offering nonprofit training courses in November, December

Glasses resting on a closed book

Kellogg Community College’s Workforce Solutions Department is offering the following courses for nonprofit training in November and December. NOVEMBER Microsoft Word for Nonprofits Make you nonprofit’s documents look more professional in less time! In this hands-on class you will learn… Continue Reading