BE IN DEMAND!
Maplewood Career Center provides individuals with educational experiences that aid in personal growth and the development of career/technical skills leading to graduation, higher education, and/or employment. The Workforce Development program shall assist individuals and companies in the efforts to develop leadership, build new skills, upgrade skills, keep abreast of technologies, and to develop competencies in areas of need and workforce development and personal interest.
Hands-On Learning. Real-World Experience.
The Workforce Development Programs at Maplewood Career Center are state- supported postsecondary education programs. Students obtain both theoretical knowledge and practical experience through “hands-on” experience in well-equipped laboratories. Over 60 percent of a student’s scheduled time is shop or lab experience.
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The Workforce Development Program assists individuals and companies in the efforts to develop leadership, build new skills, upgrade skills, keep abreast of technologies and to develop competencies in areas of need and workforce development and personal interest.
The Skills You Need For The Job You Want.
The programs offered at the Maplewood Career Center were hand-selected due to the urgent need for skilled labor professionals in the workforce. Offering everything from Industrial Maintenance and Welding Technologies to Medical Billing and Coding and Dental Assisting, just to name a few, Maplewood can help you change or enhance your career or learn a new skill.
Enrich Your Life.
Maplewood Career Center also offers lifestyle and entertainment programs. Learn a new hobby or enrich your life with a new skill.
What can Maplewood Career Center do for you?
"Maplewood Career Center helped me graduate in 1977 and succeed in the career field of mechanics. I have since returned to the career center to teach Power Equipment Mechanics and help students achieve the same success."
Hands on Learning. Real World Experience.