The primary purpose of the Career Resource Center (CRC) is to provide the variety of career related resources necessary to assist students in planning for a career after college. MCC Counselors and CRC staff provide support services to students using the Center. In addition, Counseling and Advising Faculty refer students to the Center to assist those Faculty in guiding students through career assessment and career exploration. Students are also encouraged to visit the Center to explore the world of careers.
The center provides assistance as students explore and select a career, as they research transfer colleges, and to help them develop the skills needed in the 21st century workforce with resources and assessment for students, alumni and members of the community. The center also serves as an instructional lab for faculty who wish to bring their class for career-related purposes.
Career Exploration The Career Resource Center can assist students with occupational research by providing information on the requirements for different occupations, including:
Type of education or degrees you will need
Employment outlook data
Salaries (both state and national)
Many career assessments are available to help students and their counselor with career planning and personal development. Students should meet with a counselor to develop career decision-making plans. Students may make an appointment, by calling (810) 762-0111, or visiting the Prahl College Center (PCC), Room 2030.
Visit the CRC for Michigan and out-of-state college information. CRC staff show students how to conduct searches to find schools that offer the programs and characteristics they are looking for including: