The Michigan Career and Technical Institute will host a graduation ceremony for 160 students from throughout the state on Saturday, June 25.
The event is at the MCTI campus, 11611 W. Pine Lake Road, Plainwell. Operated by Michigan Rehabilitation Services within the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, MCTI provides vocational training in 13 career areas for adults with disabilities.
“MCTI graduates have learned the technical skills they need to meet the demands of Michigan employers looking to hire qualified candidates,” said Lt. Gov. Brian Calley. “I applaud these students for their hard work and trust that employers will recognize that individuals with disabilities have great skills to offer.”
MCTI and its staff strive to promote the integration of Michiganders with disabilities into both the competitive workplace and the society in which they live. Students have the opportunity to be enrolled in technical training programs in automotive technology, cabinet making/millwork, certified nursing assistant, culinary arts, custodial, electronics, graphic communications, grounds maintenance/landscaping, machine technology, office automation, pharmacy technician, retail marketing and weatherization.