HARRISON, MICH. (July 25, 12:55 p.m. ET) — Mid Michigan Community College is starting an associate’s degree program in thermoforming plastics technology — the latest two-year plastics program designed to teach job skills. "We’re looking primarily to serve the local employment needs here, which are crying for people," said Scott Govitz, MMCC executive director of workforce and economic development.
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