Adult Career Pathways Program
Mott Community College’s Workforce & Economic Development Division administers the Adult Career Pathways (ACP) program in Flint and Genesee County to provide low- to middle-skilled individuals, ages 18 and older, the training and credentials needed to enter and advance their careers in targeted career pathways such as:
Medical Administrative Specialist, Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA), Pharmacy Technician, Medical Assistant, Community Healthcare Worker, Phlebotomy Technician, Emergency Medical Technician, Practical Nursing (LPN), Medical Practice Management (Billing, Transcription), and Medical Record Registries+
Computer Repair/A+ Certification, Code Academy, and Security Technician, Computer Applications Specialist, Computer Networking Technology, Computer Programing, Computer Repair Technician, Computer Science, Computer Security, Computer Support Services, and Help Desk
Accelerated Welding, Machinist CNC, Multi-Skilled Robotics, Quality Assurance, and Production Operations
Transportation & Logistics
CDL (Classes A, B, or P)
Child Development Associate; Early Childhood education – infants & toddlers
Additional key elements of the Adult Career Pathway program include:
- Career Navigation – All program participants will be assigned a Career Navigator to assist with the development, planning, and execution of a career pathway as well as help with access to critical support services including transportation, and childcare, that will substantially improve completion rates, and facilitate access to high demand occupations.
- Supportive Services – Each participant in the Adult Career Pathway Program will be assisted with access to academic and non-academic supports to limit and/or remove any existing barriers to success in the program, or during employment.
- Job Placement – With experience and relationships with area employers, a Career Navigator will assist each participant with job placement services and activities directly related to in-demand jobs.