The Marshall County Career Innovation Center (MCCIC) utilizes nearly 25,000 sq ft of shared-use space on Plymouth High School's campus, the Lincoln Education Center, and satellite locations throughout Marshall County. The reuse of space allows for the expansion of our three focus areas: Career Technical Education (CTE) programs, post-secondary high demand career pathways, and Marshall County employer driven training.
North Central CTE Cooperative provides opportunities for students to explore career pathways by offering hands-on learning, post-secondary credits, industry certifications, and work-based learning. Students will graduate high school with the academic, technical and employability skills to be ready for college, career or the military.
Our Adult Education program helps individuals gain the necessary tools, education, and training to secure meaningful, well-paid employment. We help young adults as well as experienced workers connect with mentors and employers in the community.
A strong economy hinges upon a skilled workforce. When there is a skills gap, local businesses are less competitive globally. Collaborating with stakeholders, MCCIC provides the avenue in which employers and individuals can access critical training resulting in increased proficiency and productivity.